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GENEALOGY 
929.12 
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/ have had printed at my Private Press 
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Vol. IV. This copy is No. 32. 




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FRAGMENTA 
GENEALOGICA 



VOL. IV. 



PRINTED AT THE PRIVATE PRESS 
FREDERICK ARTHUR CRISP 
1899 



OF 



CONTENTS. 

1135494 



DEEDS. 



PAGE 

Admissions to Manors in Redenhall 

and Denton, Norfolk . -35 
Lettsom . . . -78 

Partridge . . . -49 



PAGE 

Receipt signed by the Ministers and 
Elders of the French Church at 
St. Martin Orgars in London . 76 

Town Estate and Charities of Paken- 
ham, Suffolk . . -53 



ENTRIES IN BIBLES, &c. 



Bonamy . . . -77 

Cole . . . .17 

Gilson . . . .20 



Jones . . ■ . • 5 2 

Morgan . . . . 72 

Perceval . . . -73 



GRANTS OF ARMS. 
Gall . . . . 18 I Paltock . . . .76 



MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS. 



Alderton, Suffolk . . . 25 Felixstowe, Suffolk . . .21 

Bawdsey, Suffolk . . -3° Stonehouse, Gloucestershire . 51 

Birchington, Kent . . -37 Walton, Suffolk . . -34 



WILLS AND ADMINISTRATIONS. 

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Clifford, Dame Elizabeth, 1526 . . . . . . .2 

Jaslin, Elizabeth, of Shadwell, 1668 . . . 9 

Jocelin, Jane, of Oakington, 1637. . . . • ■ 15 

Jocelin, John, of Enfield, 1691 . . . • • • .16 
Joceline, Edward, 1627 ........ 4 

Joceline, Henry, of Oakington, 1657 . . . . . -7 

Joceline, Jane, of Bishops Stortford, 1674 . . . . .11 

Joceline, Symon, of East Hanningfield, 1655 • ■ • • .6 

Jocelyn, Sir Robert, of Sawbridgeworth, 1713 . . . . -13 

Jocelyne, Hon ble George, of Maidstone, 1730 . . . . .16 

Josceline, Elizabeth, of Ickleton, 1683 . . . . . .16 

Josceline, Giles, of Babraham, 1662 . . . . . .8 

Josceline, Ralph, of Rayne, 1638 . . . . • ■ l S 

Joscelyn, John, of Feering, 1705 . . . . . 13 

Joscelyn, Martha, of Kelvedon, 1724 . . . . . • 14 

Joscelyne, Arthur, of Little Abington, 1699 . . . . .12 

Joscelyne, Francis, of Ickleton, 1681-2 . . . . . .16 

Joscelyne, Hon ble George, of Maidstone, 1728 . . . . .16 

Joscelyne, John, of Feering, 1670 . . . . . -9 

Joscelyne, John, of Feering, 167 1 . ■ • • ■ .10 

Joscelyne, Nathaniel, 1 671 . • • • • • 9 

Joselin, Jacob, 1678 . . • • • • • .16 

Joselin, Robert, of Waltham Holycrosse, 1673 . . . . .11 

Joseling, Henry, of Stepney, 1714 . • • • ■ .16 

Joselyn, Francis, of Orsett, 1618-9 . . • . . • J S 

Joselyne, Arthur, of Stapleford, 1725 . . . . . 14 

Joselyne, Edmund, of Fulbourn, 1685 . . . . . .16 

Joshlyn, John, of Roydon, 1658-9 . . . . . .8 

oslin, Hezechiah, of Copford, 167 1 . . . . . .10 

Joslin, John, of London, 1658 . . . . . . .8 

J oslin, John, of St. Slethians, 1642 . . . . . .5 

Joslin, Thomas, of Rochford, 1606 . . . ... .3 

Josling, Christopher, of Wapping, 1698 . . . . . .12 

Josling, Mary, of London, 1656-7 . . . • . • x 5 

Josling, Richard, 1706-7 . . . . • • ■ .16 

Josling, William, 1697 . . . . . . ... 12 

Joslyn, Samuel, of Stepney, 1725 . . . . . .14 

Joslyn, Sorrell, of London, 1639 . . . . . .5 

Joslyn, Symon, of Braughing, 1645 . . . • . .6 

Josselin, Ralph, of Cranham, 1657 . . . . . .7 

Josselin, Simon, of Burnham, 1657 . . . . . 7 

Josselin, Thomas, 1636 . . . . • • . .5 

Josselyn, Anne, of Willingale Doe, 1591 . . . . 15 

Josselyn, Dame Dorathey, of High Roding, 1582 . . . .3 

Josselyn, Henry, of Willingale Doe, 1 591 . . . . 15 

Josselyn, James, of Little Horkesley, 17 13 . . . . 13 

Josselyn, Mary, of London, 1655 . . . . . 15 

Josselyn, Ralph, of Roxwell, 1632 . . . . . -4 

Josselyn, Sir Thomas, 1 564 . . . . . . .2 

Josslin, Simon, of Rayne, 1655 . . . . . . .6 

Jossling, Phillip, of London, 1692 . . . . . .12 

Josslyn, John, of High Roding, 1525 . . . . . I 



WOOD-CUTS OF ARMS AND AUTOGRAPHS. 



Cooke, Robert, Clarenceux . 
Jeaffreson impaling Barthorp 



19 I Segar, W., Garter 
33 I Woolnough . 



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JFraflmenta <&enealos«a* 

Vol. IV. 



Joslin Family. 



1525- 

T OHN JOSSLYN of high Rodyng in the Countie of Essex, Esquier. 
J Philip now my wife. Cecily late my wife. Certain Manors and 
lands to wife Philip for life, with these remainders : — >(i.) the right heirs 
of my body ; (ii.) the heirs male of my brother Rauffe Josselyn ; (iii.) my 
cousin Rauffe Josselyn, son of John Josselyn late of Sheryng, and his 
heirs male ; (iv.) Philip and Geffrey, brothers of last named Rauffe, and 
their heirs male; (v.) my right heirs. Prayers for souls of myself and 
of my wives, of Cecily and Phelip my children, of my father and mother, 
of Thomas and George Bradbury, of Robert Fitzherbert and Elizabeth 
his wife. Indenture dated 18 June 16 Henry VIII., made between 
(i.) me the said John, (ii.) Sir Geffrey Gate, K', upon the marriage of 
my son and heir Thomas, with Dorothy daughter of said Sir Geffrey. 
George Josselyn to have an annuity of cvj s viij d out of my manor of 
Hidehall, until he be preferred to a benefice of xx m yearly. Thomas 
Bradbury, my brother-in-law, late citizen and alderman of London, gave 
the manor of Manewden in Essex to Jane late his wife, for life, re- 
mainder to my son Thomas Josselyn and his heirs, remainder to his 
cousin William Bradbury, son of his brother Robert Bradbury. 

To be buried in the priory of Kings Hatfelde by late wife Cecily. 
Son Thomas now under xxiiij years. Anne Josselyn my daughter 
(spinster.) Jane my daughter and her husband. Costs and charges 
that I have borne for Cecily my late wife in suing for a special livery 
of her lands before our marriage " and otherwise for an hundred poundf 
sterling^ to John Fitzherbert for my said wife paide without lawe or 
conscience seying that she was first wedded to the sonne of the said 
John Fitzherbert having nothyng by him and afterward solde her ageyn 
to me for the said hunded poundf." John Tyrell, K*, Humfrey 
Fitzherbert, William Bradbury and Sigesmond Coton, esq rs , my feofees. 
Cousins George, Gabryell, and John Josselyn. My brother Gates. S r 
Roger Wentworth, Knight, John his son and heir, and Anne his wife, 
my cousin. Exors, wife Phelip, Robert Norwiche, serjeant-at-law, 
Thomas Awdeley, Benjamyn Dygby, gent., and John Wiseman. My 



master S r John Veer, K', overseer. Witness : S r Geffrey Gate, K\ Guy 
Crayford, gent., Dame Joane Bradbury widow, Henry Susshe. Dated 
12 July 17 Henry VIII. Proved 13 February 1525 by relict. Power 
reserved &c. 

P.C.C. 3 Porch. 



1526. 

DAME ELIZABETH CLIFFORD late wife to Sir Robert Clyfford 
Knyght of Aspeden in the diocf of lincoln. To be buried by 
said Sir Robert in the church of Aspeden. Elizabeth, daughter to 
Thomas Clyfford, Esq., my son. My sister Anne Burton. Niece 
Elyanor Snowe, gentlewoman. Elizabeth daughter to Robert Barlee, 
gent. Elyano r Eldergate. Prayers for my soul and for the souls of Sir 
Raufe Joslyn and Sir Robert Clyfford, Knights. To Thomas Stonar my 
tent in Aspeden Street which Humfrey Griffen did dwell in, for his life, 
with remainder to my said son Thomas. Edward Mygar. Xpofer 
Cheppe my godson. Residue of goods, with all manors, lands &c. to 
said son Thomas. Exors, son Thomas Clyfford and Thomas Stonar, 
Witness: Sir Robert Newman " parishe prest" Sir Georde Hoggesdon. 
William Snowe. Dated 1 May 1525. Proved 20 July 1526 by Thomas 
Clifford in person, and by Richard Felde, proctor to the other exor. 

P.C.C. 9 Porch. 



I564- 

SIR THOMAS JOSSELYN of Newehale Josselyn in the Countie of 
Essex, Knyghte. To be buried in the parish church of Sabridgworth, 
co. Herts., in the chancel. To my wife Dame Dorathe Josselyn " all my 
pearles and stones and all my Jewells — all my plate of siluer and siluer 
and gilt — and all my houshould stuff — at my manor or mansion house 
of Newhalle Josselyn." John Gybbe, Thomas Perry, and John Ingolde 
stand seised of my manor of Highe Rothing and my lands in High 
Rothing, Gythorp Rothing, Kyngs Hatfelde and Canfeld or elsewhere in 
Essex, to the performance of my will as by a deed dated 30 September 
4 Elizabeth. I will that my feoffees stand seised to the use of my said 
wife and of my son John Josselyn and the survivor of them, with 
remainder to the heirs male of my son Richarde Josselyn. Remainder 
to my son Thomas Josselyn and his heirs male. Remainder to heirs male 
of said John Josselyn. Remainder to my son Henrye Josselyn and his 
heirs male. Remainder to my son Edwarde Josselyn and his heirs male. 
Remainder to right heirs. To my son Richard my household stuff at 
Hide Hall, co. Herts. To my daughter Jane Kelton, wife of Richard 
Kelton gent. ioo 1 . S r John Wentworth and wife. My son Glascok. 
Cousin Mathew Bradbury. My sister Dame Jane Wentworth. Son 
Henrye and Anne his wife. Wife Dorathe and son John, exors. Friends, 
George Hadley, Esq. and Roger Trigge, gent., overseers. Witness : John 
Spytty, Richard Choppin, Robert Wasket, John Gybb, Roger Trigge. 
Dated 1 October 4 Elizabeth. Admon (with will annexed) 18 October 
1564 to Dame Dorothy Josselyn the relict, the exors renouncing. 

P.C.C. 28 Stevenson. 

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1582. 



DAME DORATHEY JOSSELYN of Highe Roodinge in the Countie 
of Essex widowe, late the wife of S r Thomas Josselyn, Knighte, 
deceassed. To be buried next said husband in the church of 
Sabbesforde. To each of my sons " a ringe of golde." My daughter 
Jane Kelton. Humfrey Josselyn (minor), son to Humfrey Josselyn. 
Servant Richard Lucas. I make my brother, S r Henry Gate of Seamer, 
co. Ebor, Knight, my sole exor, paying my debts expressed in a 
schedule annexed to a deed indented made by me to my said brother, 
dated 7 July 18 Elizabeth. To Edwarde Josselyn, my son, the moiety 
of my remaining goods and to his daughter Marye Josselyn (minor) 20'. 
S r William Cordell, Knight, to be overseer. Witness : Richarde Lucas, 
John Pickeringe, Hughe Glaue. Dated 10 June 1579. Admon (with 
will annexed) granted 14 February 1582 to S r Henry Gate, K'., who 
renounces exorship. 

P.C.C. 10 Howe. 



1606. 

THOMAS JOSLIN of Rocheford in the Countie of Essex, yeoman. 
To be buried in the church yard of Rochford. Land called 
Lytle Snares in Hockley, to the use of the poor of Rochford. To 
Edmond Thorneton, the elder, of Much Stanbridge. My kinsman 
Edmonde Thorneton of Shopland, John Freeborne, and Christopher 
Pake of Prittlewell, 40 1 to the use of " the moste distressed and religious 
Ministers of the church of God." Mr. Culverwell of Much Stanbridge. 
Mr. Roger the elder, the preacher of Weathersfeild. Mr. Neagoose of 
Lee. Mr. Andrewes of Barlinge. Mr. Joslinge my kinsman, the preacher 
of Goodeaster. Mr. Catlyn of Bromfield. Mr. Dykes, a preacher in prison. 
Mr. Derrick. Ezechias and Samuel Lockin (minors) and their mother 1 
My sister Elizabeth Sumner and her children. My sister Joane Lee, 20. 
by the hands of John Elliott of Litle Stambridge, no part going to her 
husband. Kinswomen, Jone Thorneaton, Lyddia Lee, and Rose 
Ellyott. My sister Phillis Gooddy. Wife's kinswoman, Margery 
Bachiler (a minor) io 1 . To the children of my brother Rafe Joslin of 
Roxwell, 150'. To Henry Joslyn of Monesinge, my land called 
Thistledon's, (my wife's third excepted). Residue of houses and lands 
to wife Margaret for life. The remainder of a house in Rochford called 
Waterings, I give to William Taynetor and his heirs, remainder to James 
Nuttall, my wife's second son. The remainder of the residue of houses 
and lands I give to John, son of my brother John Joslynn the elder. 
I give my lease of the Wickhouse grounds in Childerditch and 
Westehornedon to Margaret my wife and John Joslin, son of my brother 
John Joslyn the younger, with remainder to the same John and his heirs, 
remainder to the youngest son of my brother John, the elder. My 
brother Rafe Joslin and Simon Joslyn shall be guardians to the said 
John in his minority. John Alyor. James Edgiott. Marie Eve of 
Rochford, and Thomas, Suzan, and Anne Eve, her children. My 
daughter-in-law Elizabeth Sams, daughter to Henry Sams late of Totham. 
My sons-in-law Edward Sams, Charles Nuttall, and James Nuttall. 

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Thomas, son of James Nuttal. The three children of Charles Nuttall. 
James and Marye, children to James Nuttall. To Jeffery Joslyn I give 
his debt to me. William Hudson of Rochford. My sister Bayllie's 
three younger children. Residue to wife Margarett, extrix. Witness : 
Thomas Burnett, Tobias Hudson, Thomas Woode. - Dated 5 March 
1604. Proved 12 December 1606 by relict and extrix. 

P.C.C. 92 Stafford. 



1627. 

EDWARD JOCELINE. To son Henry Joceline, and to daughters 
Jane and Elizabeth Joceline, 50 1 each. To my son Lovet, who 
married my daughter Anne Joceline, 40 1 , so that he procure his wife a 
life-estate in the farm at Nutworth, where his father dwelleth. To my 
daughter Sydey, 30 1 , to be bestowed on " some prettye house " to remain 
to her daughters. To William Sydey the younger, 5 1 . To Wallgraue 
Sydey. To the children of my son-in-law Richard Stubbins, 60 1 of the 
money my son Peter Gate oweth me, the remainder whereof I give to 
Joceline Gate, his son. To Mr. Wallis 5 1 , he being my overseer. 
To my son Henrye, and daughters Jane and Elizabeth, my exors, all 
household stuff &c. they bestowing " a faire graue stone upon me with 
some Epitaph to shewe who I was and whence descended, vid 1 the fourth 
sonne of S r Thomas Joceline, K nt of the Bath, and that I married Marye, 
the daughter and heire of one Lambe of Midlesex, by whom I hadd 
manye sonnes and daughters." My cousin Anthony Joceline oweth me 
8 1 , to be paid at his marriage. Witness : Richard Wallis, clerk, Jane 
Joceline, Eliz : Joceline. Undated. Proved 26 April 1627 by Henry 
Joceline. Power reserved &c. 

P.C.C. 42 Skynner. 



1632. 

RALPH JOSSELYN of Roxwell in the County of Essex, yeoman. 
To wife Dorothy, a yearly rent of 20 1 for life, she abiding with my 
sons Ralphe and Symon. My brother Symon Josselyn. I have given 
unto my eldest son John his full part of my estate, amounting to about 
8oo'. Raphe, son of said John. Mary and Anna my daughters. To 
my son Richard, 200 1 for his portion, and in recompense of 15 1 given 
him by will of my brother Thomas Josselyn, deceased. To my son 
Joseph Josselyn, 160 1 . To son Nathaniell, 100 1 . My daughter 
Elizabeth. Residue of goods to sons Ralph and Symon Josselyn, my 
exors. Son Nathaniell Josselyn, overseer. Witness : Ma : Bridges, 
William Rochcll, William Smith, Cha : Smyth. Dated 3 September 
1628. Proved 4 May 1632 by Ralph and Simon Joslin, the sons and 
exors. 

P.C.C. 57 Audlcy. 

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1636. 



THOMAS JOSSELIN, one of the secondaries in the Office of the 
Kings Ma tU Remembrancer in the Court of Exchequer. If I die 
in London, to be buried " in the Chauncell of the Parrish Church of 
Greate S' Bartholomews where I dwell." If I die in the country, to be 
buried "in the church of Little Horkesley neere to my father." To 
wife Susanna Josselin the capital messuage wherein I dwell, with its lands 
in Little Horkesley, and a messuage and lands called Baldwynes &c. for 
life, with remainder to Thomas Josselin my son (a minor) and his heirs 
and assigns. Said wife, my cousin Edmund Saunder, esq, and my 
friend Mr. William Duckett, exors and trustees. Tenement in Lavenham, 
co. Surf, in tenure of Mary Josselin widow (my brother's late wife). My 
daughters Jane and Elizabeth (minors). My brother Phillip Josselin 
and his wife, and his brother-in-law Mr. William Witham. My brother 
John Josselin's heirs. My brother Francis Josselin. My son to be kept 
at school, at the university, and at the Inn of Court. Mary Light, my 
sister's daughter, hath since her mother's death been partly maintained by 
rents of tents at Coggeshall. My brother Ancell, my said sister's former 
husband. Brother Lyte now living. Susanna and Frances Locke, my 
wife's daughters. Thomas Hide. Dame Phillip Carey, wife of Sir 
Ferdinando Carey, and her children. My sister Amyce and her children. 
My brother Amyce. Witness : Vincent Welly, Henrie Hamond, Tho : 
Hide. Dated 4 August 1635. Proved 26 April 1636 by exors. 

P.C.C. 37 Pile. 



1639. 

SORRELL JOSLYN of Christ Church parish in London, bachelor. 
Nuncupative will. All goods to brothers and sisters equally. 
Witness : John Millward, Barbara Bott. Dated 9 May 1639. Admon 
(with will) granted 16 May 1639 to Richard Joslyn the brother. 

P.C.C. 95 Harvey. 



1642. 

JOHN JOSLIN of the parish of Slethians in the county of Cornwall, 
yeoman. Annis, wife of Henry Murton. John and Charity Murton. 
Kinsman John Tubb of S* Allen, and his children. Kinsmen, Richard 
Smalley and Francis Smalley. Jane Smalley. Margaret Earle. James 
Lawry and his four brothers, and Johan Lawrie their mother. Henry 
Carverth the elder. Richard and Dorothie Harris. Phillis, the wife of 
William Lance. Residue to Henrie Bath, and James Bath his brother, 
of Slethians, my exors. Witness: Will: Knava, Edward Stephens, 
Wittm Spurway. Dated 23 November 1640. Proved 14 May 1642 
by exors. 

P.C.C. 57 Cambell. 

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1645. 

SYMON JOSLYN of Puckeridge in the parish of Braughing in the 
county of Hertford, draper. To son Thomas Joslyn the ware in 
my shop, he paying my debts, and 20 1 to my father Markwell. To my 
four daughters, Elizabeth, Maria, Sarah, and Margaret Joslyn, the profit 
of my corn in Braughin, Standon, and Starford, at their ages of 18 years 
or marriage. My brother Thomas Joslyn of Chelmsford. To Anne 
Kendricke " her mothers Trunke and Bible and silver bodkin and silver 
thimble and my second great Kettle and box was Margaretf." To 
Margaret Joslyn, my daughter, "her mothers Trunke." My son-in-law 
John Kendricke (under 21 years) and my daughter Joane Joslyn (under 
18 years). My friend Thomas Mensant and my son-in-law Joseph 
Chunn and his wife. Dorothie, wife of John Churrie. Residue to son 
Thomas Joslyn, exor. Witness : Thomas Measant, Dorothie Churrie. 
Dated 28 May 1645. Proved 21 July 1645 by exor. 

P.C.C. go Rivers. 



I655- 

SYMON JOCELINE of Easthaningfeild in the county of Essex, 
yeoman. To my eldest son Symon Joceline, my part of the 
messuage &c. called Boulingehatch in Roxwell and Newlandfee, with 
lands called Flax Hoppett, Willow Lease, Badhams, Asponfeild, Peare- 
crofte, &c., and so much of Moateshott whereof no use is limited by a 
certain deed of the division of the two parts of the said messuage &c. 
called Boulingehatch, made between Ralph Joceline of Roxwell, co. 
Essex, yeoman, Thomas Joceline of Barham, co. Suffolk, yeoman, and 
Rebecca his wife, and me the said Symon, of the one part ; and Aron 
Benton and John Parey of London, gent., of the other part. I give my 
customary messuages and lands in Rettingdon to Peter Joceline. To 
my three daughters, Anna, Sarah, and Grace Joceline (minors), jQioo 
each, over and above the sum of £50 which Peter Awecrofte, my late 
father-in-law (their grandfather), gave to my said three daughters and to 
my son Peter Joceline. Household stuff &c. given to my children by 
their grandfather and grandmother Awecroft. Residue to eldest son 
Symon, my exor. My brothers, Nathaniell and Richard Joslyne, 
overseers. Witness : Thomas Luncher, George Solme. Dated 28 Sep- 
tember 1649. Proved 6 February 1655 by exor. 

P.C.C. 54 Berkley. 



1655. 

SIMON JOSSLIN of Rayne in the county of Essex, yeoman. To 
my wife Ellin Josslin 5 s . To my son Simon Joslin my messuage 
&c. in Rayne called " Forty es." To my son John Josslin my messuage 
wherein I dwell in Rayne Street. To my son Thomas 35 1 . To my son 
Matthew 25 1 . To my daughter Mary 15 1 , and to my daughter Annis 
one shilling. To Mary and Sarah Maidwell 20* each. Residue to sons 
Thomas and John, exors. Witness : Thomas Westley, Joseph Hills. 
Dated 28 July 1655. Pioved 15 October 1655, by exors. 

P.C.C. 3S4 Ayletl. 

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HENRY JOCELINE of Okenton in the county of Cambridge. 
Joceline Gate, son of my sister Gate. Mary Dawkenf, one of the 
daughters of my sister Gates. Elizabeth Dawkens and Peter Dawkens, 
and his twin brother, children of my goddaughter Dawkens. Humphry 
Downes, a grandchild of my sister Gates. Walgrave and William Siday, 
sons of my sister Siday. William Sidays two daughters by his first wife. 
Elizabeth Till, a daughter of my sister Siday, and her eldest daughter. 
Dorothy Stubing and Izabell Ward, daughters of my sister Martin. 
Edward Lovett son of my sister Lovett. Mary Siday, daughter of my 
sister Siday. Jonathan Mathewe of Okenton and Alice his wife. Robert 
Mathewe, my godson. John Smith of Okenton, and Thomas Smith, my 
godson. To my cousin Edward Ball, if living, "my Bookes of Martirs 
— and Hollinsheads Cronicles." Kinsman M r Ratcliffe Todd, and 
M rs Ann his wife, and M rs Ann Todd his daughter. Kinswoman M re 
Ann Highiam at Cowbridge. Friends, M r Thomas Thompson the 
elder, and M r Thomas Thompson the younger. Residue to sister 
Elizabeth Joceline, extrix. Kinsman M r Waldegrave Siday, overseer, 
Witness : Jonathan Mathew, Robert Mathew, Thomas Waman. Dated 
24 January 1653. Proved 11 June 1657 by extrix. 

P.C.C. 216 Ruthen. 



I657- 

SIMON JOSSELIN of Burnham in the county of Essex, yeoman. 
To my daughter Sarah Josselin jQ\o at marriage or 2 1 years. To 
my wife Sarah Josselin, my freehold tent in Little Rayne, until my said 
daughter come to 2 1 years, when my wife shall enjoy only her thirds. 
My cousin Nathaniell Maydwell. The children of my sister Anne 
Bucknall. Matthew and Elizabeth, children of my brother Matthew 
Josselin. Residue to wife Sarah, my extrix. Friends, John Goulding 
and Thomas Stace, overseers. Witness : Edward Palmar, Daniel Stace. 
Dated 17 August 1657. Proved 23 November 1657 by extrix. 

P.C.C. 365 Ruthen. 



1657. 

RALPH JOSSELIN of Cranham Hall in the county of Essex, 
yeoman. I give to my daughter Dorothy roo 1 , owed me upon 
bond by M r Ford, minister of Great Warely, she paying my daughter 
Grace 20 1 . My nephew Ralph Jocelin, minister of Earl's Colne. 
Residue of goods &c. to daughter Elizabeth (unmarried). Said cousin 
Ralph, and my daughters Dorothy and Grace, exors. Witness : Richard 
Joslin, Ann Hampson. Dated 27 November 1656. Nuncupative 
Codicil dated 21 March 1656: I give 20 1 in the hands of Captain 
Stracy to my daughter Grace, wife of Robert Johnson. Witness : 
Martyn Curtis, Ann Howard. No Probate clause. Proved between 
23 and 29 December 1657. 

P.C.C. 511 Ruthen. 

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1658. 



JOHN JOSLIN, Citizen and Cutler of London. To my father 
J Richard Joslin, and my mother-in-law Ursula his wife, 30 1 . To my 
brother Richard Joslin 30 1 , and to Mary Joslin, his daughter, by Anne 
his wife, 10*. My brother Daniell Joslin, citizen and mason, and 
Rebecca his wife, and Elizabeth their daughter. My brother Edward 
Joslin. My brother Francis Joslin (minor). My sister Theoball Joslin 
(a minor). Elizabeth Overton of St. Margarets, Lothbury, spinster. 
My uncle Richard Playford of S 1 Olaves, Hart Street. Residue to 
brother Daniell Joslin, exor. Witness : James Smith, Henrie Playford. 
Dated 6 March 1657. Proved 15 April 1658 by exor. 

P.C.C. 136 Wotton. 



165I. 

JOHN JOSHLYN of Royden in the county of Essex, yeoman. To 
my son Martha Joshlyn 30 1 . To my son John Joshlyn I s . To wife 
Mary, 200 1 now upon bond, with remainder to Ann Joshlyn my daughter. 
Residue to daughter Ann. Wife Mary, extrix. Witness : Mary Bushee, 
Samuell Stracye. Dated 14 August 1658. Proved 31 January 165^ by 
relict and extrix. 

P.C.C. 24 Pell. 



1662. 

GILES JOSCELINE of Brabraham in the county of Cambridge, 
yeoman. To my son Arthur Josceline, all household implements 
and stock in Brabraham. My sons Francis and Edmond. "My best 
silver flaggon, and three silver spoones I give and bequeath vnto my 
sonne Giles," to whom I give my household stuff and stock in Linton. 
To my son Francis and his heirs all messuages lands and tents in Little 
Abbington, Brabraham and Pampisford. To my son Arthur and his 
heirs my house and closes in Balsham. To my son Edmond and his 
heirs my free and customary messuages and lands in Depden, co. Essex, 
in occupation of Seamor. To my sons Francis and Edmond Joscelyne 
my freehold messuages and lands in Depden, in occupation of Beadle. 
Residue of messuages and lands to my sons Gyles and Arthur. To my 
son Richard, 5" (he having had his portion). To my grandchild Richard 
Josceline, io 1 at 21 years. To my sons Francis and Edmond, 20 1 each 
at 28 years. Residue to sons Gyles and Arthur, exors. Witness : 
Thomas Rickard, Robert Hacke, Edmond Joslin. Dated 17 September 
1662. Proved 11 November 1662 by exors. 

P.C.C. 144 Laud. 

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1 668. 



ELIZABETH JASLIN of Shadwell in the parish of Stebunheath, co. 
Mx., widow. To my daughter Hannah Woolward, wife of William 
Woolward, mariner, 60', which, at her death, shall be given to her 
children William and Elizabeth. Stephen North. Residue to Hannah 
Woolward and Thomas and Stephen Cockshutt. Said Hannah and 
Thomas, exors. Son-in-law Woolward and friend M r Anthony Knights- 
bridge, gent, of Chensford overseers. Witness : Christopher Jackson, 
John Shott. Dated 21 November 1666. Proved 5 January 1668 by 
exors. 

P.C.C. 7 Coke. 



1670. 

T OHN JOSCELYNE of Fering in the county of Essex, esq. To 
J my eldest son Nathaneel Joscelyne and his heirs, the messuage in 
Fering wherein I inhabit, with its free and copyhold lands. To my 
youngest son John Joscelyne, my messuage and lands in Layer Bretton. 
Certain messuages and lands near Sturmer, after my death descend to 
the heirs of Mary my late wife, begotten by me, and in default the fee 
simple is in me, and whereas my late father, myself, and my son 
Nathaneel had our education in Emanuel College in Cambridge, in 
case both my sons die without issue, I give the said messuages and lands 
to the Master and Fellows of the said College [for various purposes, 
amongst others, the augmentation of the Hebrew lectureship at Queen's 
College founded by testator's great uncle and godfather, John Joscelyne 
esq. Testator was born in Sabridgworth, where his cousin S r Robert 
Joscelyne, Bar', now dwells]. My chambers in Gray's Inn I give to my 
son Nathaneel. Cousin S r Robert Joscelyne, my best friend Richard 
Harlakenden, esq, my kind brother-in-law W m Pennoyer, esq, and 
my sister his wife, Hezekiah Haynes and John Eldred. Exors to buy 
" Two dozen of Escutchions of the Armes of my Family and present 
them among my other friends." M r Butcher, minister of Fering. 
Residue to son Nathaneel my exor. William Pennoyer overseer. 
Witness : John Cox. Dated 26 May 1668. Codicil dated 25 August 
1670. Proved 21 November 1670 by exor. Adraon de bonis non 
granted 19 February 167 1 to Anne Joscelyne, relict and extrix of said 
exor, dec d . 

P.C.C. 166 Penn. 



167 1. 

NATHANIEL JOSCELYNE. " Had not I best aske my Father if 
I dye in this Sicknesse whether he will continue the payment of 
of my wifes portion and enjoyne my brother to buy the lands and receive 
the money and take the lands after her death." " If my wife be with 
child of a sonne, I give the lands in Sturmere and Feering to it and the 

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heires males of its body and for want of such issue to my brother and 
the heires males of his body the rem' to my right heires." If she be 
with a daughter, my brother shall pay the daughter iooo 1 at 21 years or 
marriage. To M r Henry Hatton 100 1 and his bond for 80 1 . To M r Na : 
Ball io>. Mary Ram and Mary Allen. To the poor of Feering 3 1 . 
" To the poore of Kel 40 s if buried there with care." Old M r Seers. 
M r Davison's bond is in my study at Grayes Inne. Residue to 
brother. My brother and wife exors. Father and M r Hatton overseers. 
To my brother N: Baker a ring. Witness: Ed: Baker. Dated 15 
December 1671. Proved 24 January 1671 by Amy the relict, John 
Joscelyne, the other exor, being deceased. 

P.C.C. 4 Eure. 



167 I. 

JOHN JOSCELYNE of Feering in the county of Essex, gent. To 
be buried near my father and brother. One hundred rings at the 
price of ten shillings each to be given at my funeral, whereof twenty to 
be given to the relations and friends of my sister Amy Joscelyn (widow 
of my late brother Nathaniell). If the said Amy be with child of a son, 
I give to the said son all my messuages lands and tents in Feereing, 
Layer Bretton, and elsewhere in Essex. In default of such son I give 
the premises to John, son of my uncle Edward Joscelyne of Sheilds, near 
Nevvcastle-on-Tyne. To said Amy Joscelyne 200 1 , and the money left 
by her husband in his house (wherein I dwell) at the time of his last 
going to London, and I give her brother Nathaniell Baker 20 1 . To my 
cousin Courtman io 1 . To my cousin Susan Ramsdale 5 1 . M r Angur 
of Copford, clerk. M r Randall Croxon. M r Butcher, vicar of Feering. 
M r Tabor, vicar of Keluedon. Henry Hatton. George Andrewes and 
Dorcas his wife. M r John Negus of Messing. Mary Ram. Samuel 
Euerit. John Portway. Mary Allen. Alice Portway. Nicholas Ravens. 
M r John Porter and his wife and Nathaniel Porter their son. John, 
son of M r Leppingwell of Church Hall. Poor of Feering and Keluedon 
To cousin John Eldred of Earls Colne, esq, 50 1 , and to Margaret his wife, 
20 1 . Said John Eldred, esq, exor. Residue to said after-born son of 
my brother, if any, with rem r in default to said cousin John Joscelyne. 
Witness : John Brockwell, John Argar, Will : Aylett. Dated 29 
December 167 1. Proved 14 February 167 1 by exor. 

P.C.C. 16 Eure. 



1 67 I . 

HEZECHIAH JOSLIN of Copford in the county of Essex, clerk. 
To my wife Jane Joslin my copyhold estate in Good Easter for 
life, rem r to my brother Richard Joslin of Much Lee and his heirs, he 
paying to my brother John Joslin 100 1 , to Elizabeth my sister, wife of 
Lawrence Porter of Much Lees, 50 1 , to my brother Thomas Joslin of 
Much Lees 50 1 , to my sister Anne Beak 50 1 . To my wife, the interest 

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of 450 1 in hands of Mr. Robert Burdett, merchant in Gravell Lane, near 
Algate. To my brother John Joslin, my house and lands in Bishshop- 
starford. To my brother Thomas, and my sister Anne Beake, 100 1 each. 
My sister M rs Boradell. Cousin Benjamin Dyer. Brother Richard 
Joslin of Much Lees, residuary legatee and exor. Witness : He : Haynes, 
Benj : Rous, William Keame. Dated 24 April 167 1. Codicil undated. 
M rs Martha Boradell. Suzan King and her sister Martha. Witness : 
Benj: Rous, He: Haynes, William Keame. Proved 16 May 167 1 by 
exor. 

P.C.C. 62 Duke. 



1673. 

ROBERT JOSELIN of Waltham Holycrosse in the county of 
Essex, " Inholder." All my sheep and corn I give to Sarah my wife. 
All the goods in my house, which were my mother's at the time of my 
last marriage, I will that my mother have again at her disposal. To my 
brother John Joselin of Enfield, 35 s . Kinsman John Robinson of 
Waltham, tanner, William, Elizabeth, Anne, and Mary Robinson, his 
brothers and sisters, and John, William, and Anne Robinson, his three 
children. Thomas Dickenson, son-in-law to Christopher Dickenson of 
of Waltham, shoe maker. John, son of John West of Waltham, coach- 
man. Mary Turner, daughter of John Turner of Waltham, ashman. 
Richard, son of Thomas Campe of Gallow Hill. Anne Robinson my 
sister, relict of Roskana Robinson. Residue to wife Sarah, extrix. 
Witness : John Jeve, William Cocke. Dated 16 March 1672. Proved 
23 May 1673 by extrix. 

P.C.C. 60 Pye. 



1674. 

JANE JOCELINE of Bishopp Starford in the county of Hertford, 
J widow. To my sister M rs Martha Borradale of Steeple Bumsted, co. 
Essex, 6 1 yearly for life. Niece M re Mary Burdett. Cousin Nathan 
Burdett. Cousin An : Burdett. Cousins Robert, Benjamin, Jane, 
Leister, and Wright Burdett. Cousin Benjamin Dyer. Servant Susan 
King. Old servant Martha Chappell. Residue to nephew Benjamin 
Rous of Great Clacton, exor. Witness : Tho : Leigh, Ralph Manister, 
Susanna King. Dated 9 August 1673. Proved 1 April 1674 by exor. 

P.C.C. 47 Bunce. 

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1692. 



PHILLIP JOSSLING of the precinct of S* Katherine's near the 
Tower of London, mariner, being outward bound to sea. My 
friend Richard Freind of the same precinct, victualler, to be universal 
legatee, atty, and exor. Witness : Thomas Hussey, Lawrance Stedwell, 
Tho : Cornelius. Dated 15 August 1688. Adfnon (with will) granted 
2 December 1692 to Nicholas Felton, exor of Dorothy Freind, dec d , 
who was, while she lived, extrix of Richard Freind, dec d . 

P.C.C. 225 Fane. 



1697. 

WILLIAM JOSLING belonging to his Majesty's Ship Canterbury, 
mariner. Son John Josling of S fc Philip's in Bristoll, to be 
universal legatee, atty, and exor. Witness : B : Beaumount, Nathaniell 
Lea, George Amers. Dated 31 May 1695. Proved 21 June 1697 by 
exor. 

P.C.C. 120 Pyne. 



1698. 

CHRISTOPHER JOSLING of Wapping, mariner. Residue of 
estate to brother Henry Josling during his life, with rem r to friend 
John Gill of Wapping, waterman, whom I make my atty and exor. 
Witness : George Fowler, Ralph Piggett, Sam : Wills, Juh, scr at 
Wapping New Stairs. Dated 23 October 1689. Proved 28 April 1698 
by exor. 

P.C.C. 102 Wit. 



1699. 

ARTHUR JOSCELYNE of Little Abington in the county of 
Cambridge, gent. To Elizabeth my wife, my farm in Hinxton, in 
the tenure of Christopher Cooper, during her life, with rem r to my grand- 
daughter Elizabeth Joscelyne and her heirs for ever, if she marry with 
her father's consent. To my said wife I give my house in Little 
Abington wherein I dwell, with the homestall and closes. To Anne 
my daughter-in-law, my silver tankard. Poor of Great and Little 
Abington and Brabram. Residue to son Arthur Joscelyne, esq, exor. 
Friends John Lone, esq, and John Jeffery, gent, to determine any dispute 
about my estate. Witness : Eliz : Mayer, John Pierce, D : Mayer. 
Dated 28 November 1696. Proved 31 July 1699 by exor. 

P.C.C. 117 Pett. 

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1705 



JOHN JOSCELYN of Feering, in the county of Essex, gent. To be 
buried in the churchyard near my son John. I give all my lands 
in Feering, Inworth and Kelvedon, and in Sturmere, Wratting, Ketton 
and Steeple Bumpsteed, unto Martha my wife. And I give my copy- 
hold farm called Atwells in Wethersfield to my said wife, whom I make 
my extrix. I make my cousins Stephen Beckingham and Robert Rogers 
my overseers. Witnesses : — John Garrett : Abraham Campion : John 
Homan. Dated 10 October 1704. 

Codicil : — I give to my wife " my Ship Alehouse" in Inworth. Dated 
6 December 1704. 

Proved 11 July 1705 by extrix. 

P.C.C. 117 Gee. 



17 1 3 

SIR ROBERT JOCELYN of Hide Hall, in the parish of Sabridge- 
worth, in the county of Hertford, Bart. To be buried in the 
parish church. To my daughter Jane Jocelyn 1500 1 . To my son 
Edward Jocelyn 800 1 . To my son Thomas Jocelyn an annuity of 40 1 
for his maintenance, the same being in no way liable to his debts. To 
my daughter Margaret Maurice 40 1 yearly during her life, the same being 
in no way liable to the debts of her husband (M r John Maurice). My 
daughter Sarah, wife of M r Thomas Picaid. To my wife Dame Jane 
Jocelyn " my Coach and one pair of my best Coachhorses." I will that 
my wife have the use of my furniture and plate if she keep house at Hide 
Hall. To my daughter Sarah Picard and my sons George and John 
Jocelyn a gold ring each. I make my son Strange Jocelyn my sole exor. 
Witnesses : — Edward Foyle : John Strange : W m Strange. Dated 20 
February 1699. Proved 10 February 17 13, by Sir Strange Jocelyn, 
Bart., the exor. 

P.C.C. 29 Aston. 



1713 

TAMES JOSSELYN, the elder, of Little Horkesly, in the county of 
J Essex, yeoman. I give to my eldest son James Josselyn my 
messuage called the |Manor or Priory of Little Horkesly with the lands 
belonging, which I lately purchased of Christopher Whichcote of 
London, merchant. I give to my son Hugh Josselyn my messuage and 
lands, purchased of the said Christopher Whichcote, in Mount Bures 
and Worningford, he conveying to my son John Josselyn, at his full age, 
the copyhold messuage and lands purchased of my late wife's father 
Hugh Rice. I give to my son Thomas Josselyn my freehold and copy- 
hold messuages and lands which I purchased of my brother William 
Josselyn (which were formerly in my father's occupation and are now in 
mine), and also my copyhold messuage and lands that late were my 
brother Thomas Josselyn's (deceased) in Great and Little Horkesly, 



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paying to my sister Elizabeth Church, widow, 2 1 10 s yearly during her 
life, and 20 s yearly to Ann Balls my. housekeeper, and also to his two 
sisters Rose and Elizabeth Josselyn 20 1 each at full age or marriage. 
My daughter Anne Josselyn (minor). Residue to son James Josselyn 
my exor. I make Edward Husbands of Little Horkesly, esq., and 
Thomas Paris of Nayland in Suffolk, gent, my overseers. Witnesses : — ■ 
Macklin Green : John Agas : Edward Gage. Dated 29 September 
1 7 12. Proved 20 June 17 13 by the exor. 

P.C.C. 137 Leeds. 



1724 

MARTHA JOSCELYN of Kelvedon, co. Essex, widow. To be 
buried in the churchyard of Feering near my husband. I give 
my freehold lands and tents in Sturmer, \Y ratting, Retting and Steeple 
Bumsted to Thomas Dunbar of Kelvedon, clerk, and Bezaleel Sherman 
of Kelvedon, surgeon, in trust for the benefit of my daughter Martha 
Tayspill of Colchester (now wife of Benjamin Tayspill, linen draper). I 
give my copyhold messuage, farm and lands, called Atwells in Wethers- 
field, to my grandson Thomas Angier. I give my moiety of a copyhold 
messuage, farm and lands, called Mildwells and Pepps in Tolleshunt 
Knights and Tollesbury, to my granddaughter Anne Tayspill and her 
heirs, with rem r in tail to my grandchildren Martha and Thomas Tayspill. 
To my grandson Samuel Angier, who lately went beyond the seas, 80 1 if 
he returns. Anne Stacy of London, widow. Stephen Beckingham of 
London, esq. Residue to said trustees in trust for my said daughter 
Martha. Daughter Martha Tayspill, extrix. Witnesses : — C : Phelps : 
Mary Walford : Ro b Jegon. Dated 3 March 1721. 

Admon (with will annexed) granted 17 April 1724, to Thomas 
Dunbar, the extrix renouncing. 

P.C.C. 87 Bolton. 



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SAMUEL JOSLYN of the parish of Stepney, co. Middlesex, mariner. 
Wife Mary Joslyn, universal legatee and extrix. Witnesses: — Eliza- 
beth Oxley: Elizabeth Stanton: Tho: Huett, attorney. Dated 10 March 
1 7 1 1 . Proved 15 February 1725, by extrix. 

P.C.C. 27 Plymouth. 



1/25 

ARTHUR JOSELYNE of Stapleford in the county of Cambridge, 
esq. I give my farm at Ellington, co. Hunts, to Arthur Joselyne 
my son, charged with an annuity of 30 1 to Anne my wife. To my four 
daughters 5 1 each for mourning. I give all my lands in Hinxston and 



Ickleton, co. Cambridge, and in Chesterford magna, co. Essex, to my 
son Arthur Joselyne, charged with payment of 250 1 each to my daughters 
Frances and Mary Joselyne at marriage or full age. To my daughter 
Jane 200 1 at marriage or full age. My eldest daughter Elizabeth. My 
son to perform my covenants made with Roger Sizer, esq., upon his 
purchase of Abingdon Estate. I make my son Arthur my exor, and I 
make my wife his guardian during his minority. If my wife marry I 
make my friends Roger Sizer, esq., M r Richard Humberston of Elmdon 
in Essex, M r Stephen Baseley of Hoeton, co. Hunts, Gregory Wade of 
Shelford parva, esq., and John Brown of Royston, guardians of my son. 
Witnesses : — Gre. Wale : George Godwin : Henry Fletcher. Dated 24 
August 1 7 14. 

Codicil I. : 24 August 17 14. Codicil II. : 13 August 1717. Codicil 
III. : 10 April 17 18. 

18 February 1725 appeared Thomas Lewington, gent, to testify to 
handwriting of the codicils. 

Proved 19 February 1725, by exor. 

P.C.C. 25 Plymouth. 



A dminist rat ions. 

I59 1 - Ap: 23. ANNE JOSSELYN of Willingale Dooe, co. 
Essex, widow, deceased. Administration to Thomas Josselyn, the son. 



I59I- Ap: 3 o. HENRY JOSSELYN of Torellf Hall in Willingale 
Doe, co. Essex, esq., deceased. A. to Thomas Josselyn the son, of goods 
left unadministered by Anne Josselyn, the relict and extrix, now also 
deceased. (Will registered 5 Rutland). 



1 6 if. March 9. FRANCIS JOSELYN of Crundon Parke in 
Orset, co. Essex, deceased. A. to Anthony Joselyn, the brother. 



1637. Nov: 4. JANE JOCELIN of Okington, co. Cambridge, 
spinster, deceased. A. to Henry Jocelin, the brother. 



1638. Sep: 29. RALPH JOSCELINE of Rayne parva, co. 
Essex, deceased. A. to Anne Josceline, the relict. 



1655. Nov: 28. MARY JOSSELYN of S* Swithin's, London 
Stone, spinster, deceased. A. to John Josselyn, the father. 



165!. Jan: 14. MARY JOSLING of S l Swithins, London 
Stone, spinster, deceased. A. to Elizabeth Ley, alias Josling (now wife 
of Timothy Lay) the sister, of goods unadministered by John Josling, 
the father, now also deceased. 

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1678. Nov: 8. JACOB JOSELIN of Redrith, co. Surrey, in the 
ship "Dyamond"at Plymouth, co. Devon, deceased. A. to Elizabeth 
Joselin, the relict. 



L68|. Mar: 6. FRANCIS JOSCELYNE of Ickleton, co. Cam- 
bridge, deceased. A. to Deborah Joscelyne, the relict. 



1683. Ap: 17. ELIZABETH JOSCELINE of Ickleton, co. 
Cambridge, an infant, deceased. A. to Debora Josceline, widow, the 
mother. 



1685. July 21. EDMUND JOSELYNE of Fulburne, co. 
Cambridge, deceased. A. to Grace Joselyne, the relict. 



1 69 1. Nov: 18. JOHN JOCELIN of Enfield, co. Middlesex, 
in the Mint in Southwark, deceased. A. to William Steere, a creditor. 
Margaret Jocelin, the relict, renounces. 



170". Mar: 3. RICHARD JOSLING in the royal ship 
"Dolphin," bachelor, deceased. A. to Elizabeth Queenavalt, wife and 
attorney to Robert Queenavalt, now in the royal service in parts beyond 
sea, the heir. 



17 14. Ap: 27. HENRY JOSELING of Stepney, co. Middlesex, 
deceased. A. to Elizabeth Joseling, the relict. 



1728. June 9. The Honourable GEORGE JOSCELYNE of 
Maidstone, co. Kent, esq., deceased. A. to Dame Catherine Twisden, 
alias Joselyne, widow, the relict. 



1730. Dec: 19. The Honourable GEORGE JOCELYNE of 
Maidstone, co. Kent, esq., deceased. A. d. b. n. etc., to John Jocelyne, 
esq., an exor of the will of Dame Catherine Twisden, alias Jocelyne, 
the relict and admix, now also deceased. 

The foregoing are notes of all tlu Wills and Administrations to 
persons of the name of Joscelyne to be found in tlu Prerogative 
Court of Canterbury from 1323 to 1730. — F. A. C. 



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Cole Family. 



My Father, Nathaniel Cole, Died October 9 th , 1762, and was Buried 

October 13 th , in St. Mary's Church Yard, Colchester. 
My Wife's Father, Samuel Cole, Died February 8 th , 1772, and was Buried 

the 9 th in Dedham Church Yard. 
My Son, Thomas Cole, was born at Dedham, July 3 rd , 1761, A Bout half 
an ower after One O, Clock in the After Noon, and the pirsons then 
present their where as under Written 

Mr. John Fox Juner, Man Midwife 

Mrs. Elizth Strutt, Senor 

Mrs. Mary Cutting 

Mrs. Mary Gretom 

My Maid, Marthy Kisser 
My Daughter, Sarah Martha Cole, was born at Dedham, July 13 th , 1763, 
A Bout forty Minutes after Eight O, Clock in the Morning, and the 
pirsons then present their where as under written 

Mr. John Fox Juner, Man Midwife 

Mrs. Strutt, Senor 

Mrs. Gretom Mason 

Mrs. Phillips 

My Maid, Mary Edwards 
My Son, Samuel Cole, was born at Maningtree, Septm r 15 th , 1764, 
A Bout Fower O, Clock in the Morning, and the pirsons then 
present their where as under Written 

Mr. John Fox Juner, Man Midwife 

Mrs. Sarah Surry 

Mrs. Mary Ponder 

My Maid, Easter Edwards 
My Daughter, Elizabeth Cole, was born at Maningtree, Septm r 15 th , 
1765, A Bout Fower O, Clock in the Morning, and the pirsons then 
present their where as under Written 

Mr. John Fox Juner, Man Midwife 

Mary Coney Nurse 

Mary Edwards 

Easter Edwards 

My Second Daughter, Elizabeth Cole, was born at Maningtree, November 
11 th , 1767, Between Six & Seven O, Clock in the morning, and the 
pirsons then present their where as under Written 
Mr. John Rogers, Man Midwife 
My Sister, Sarah Cole 
Mrs. Sarah Le Jander 
Sarah Church 
Easter Edwards 

My Son, John Cole, was born at Maningtree, May i st , 1770, A Bout five 
O, Clock in the After Noon, and the pirsons then present their 
where as under Written 

Mr. John Rogers, Man Midwife 

My Sister, Sarah Cole 

Mrs. Sarah Le Janders 

Hannah Wheeley 

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My Son, Edward Wright Cole, was born at Maningtree, July 25, 177J, 
A Bout Seven O, Clock at Night, and the pirsons then present their 
where as under Written 

Mr. John Rogers, Man Midwife 

My Sister, Sarah Cole 

Mrs. Sarah Le Janders 

Sarah Wheely 

Hannah Wheely 

My Second Son, Samuel Cole, was born at Maningtree 15 th day of 
April 1773, A Quarter before Eight in y e Morning & the pirsons 
then present where as under Written 

Mr. John Rogers, Man Midwife 
Mrs. Sizer 

My Sister, Sarah Cole 
Mrs. Le Janders 
Susan Janders 

My Son, Samuel Cole, Died December 2 nd , 1764. and was Buried in the 

Chappel Yard at Maningtree. 
My Daughter, Elizabeth Cole, Died Novem br 2, 1765, and was Buried 

in the same Yard. 

My Second Daughter, Elizabeth Cole, Died January io ,h , 176S, and was 

Buried in the same Yard. 
My Daughter, Sarah Martha Cole, Died March 19 th , 1768, and was 

Buried in the Chappel Yard at Maningtree. 
My Son, John Cole, Died June 2 nd , 1770, and was Buried in the 

Chappel Yard at Maningtree. 
My Brother, Denney Cole, Died September 7 th , 1767, and was Buried 

in the Chappel Yard at Maningtree. 

From a Testament by William Burkitt, M.A., late Vicar 
of Dcdham, Essex, dated f/6j, in the possession of 
Thomas Springar Cole of Toronto, Canada. — F. A. C. 



Gall Family. 

To all and singuler as well Nobles and Gentills as others to Whome 
these present^ shall come Robert Cooke Esquire alias Clarencieulx 
principall Herauld and Kynge of Armes of the South East and Weast 
partes of this Realme of England from the Ryuer of Trent southward 
sendith greetinge in oure Lord God euerlastinge. Wher as auncyently 
from the begininge the valiant and vertuous actes of excellent Persons 
haue ben comendid vnto the world w th sondry monument^ and 
Remembrancis of their good Deseartes Emongest the which the 
chiefest and most vsuall hathe ben the bearinge of Signes and Tokens 
in Shieldes called Armes which are non other then demonstrations of 
Prowes and valoir diueresly distributed accordinge to the Quallityes 
and deseartes of the persons : Which Order as it was prudently 

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deuysed in the begininge to stirre and kindle the hartes of men to the 
ymitacon of vertue and noblenes : Euen so hathe the same ben and 
yeat is continually obserued to thentent that suche as haue don 
coniendable seruice to their Prince or Contry ether in warre or peace 
maye bothe receaue due honor in their Lyeues and allso deryue the 
same successieuelly to their posteritye for euer. And beinge required 
of Robert Gall of London gentleman to make searche in the Regesters 
and Recordes of myne Office for the auncient Armes belonginge to 
that name and Famyly Wherof he is descendid : Wheruppon I haue 
made searche accordingly and do fynde the sayde Robert Gall to be 
the sonne and heire of Robert Gall of weneston in the countye of 
Suffolke gentleman, And of Mary his wyffe doughter and Coheire 
of Richard Marshall of Dunstable in the Countye of Buckingham 
gentleman : So that fyndinge the true and perfecte Descent, I could 
not with oute his great preiudice assigne vnto him any other Armes 
then those which are lyneally descendyd to him from his auncestors. 
That is to saye, Quarterly in the first for Gall, asur a Fesse siluer fretty 
of the fyeld, In the second for Marshall, sables thre battayll Axes gould, 
a Canton ermyns, In the third for Shelford, gold, a Cheueron asur 
betwene thre Trayfoiles gules, In the forth for Roderham, siluer a Fesse 
gules betwene thre Lozenges sables. And for that I fynde no Creast 
vnto the same as comonly to all auncient Armes there belongith none, 
I the sayd Clarencieulx Kynge of Armes By power and aucthorytie to 
my Office annexed and granted by Lres Pattentf vnder the great Seale 
of England haue assigned geuen and granted to these his auncyent 
Armes the Creast herafter followinge. Vidzt, vppon the healme on a 
Wreath, siluer and asur, a Lyon seant siluer with a Crowne on his head, 
houldinge in his fore foote a battayll Axe gould, manteled gules, dobled 
siluer, as more playnly aperith depicted in the margent. To haue and 
houlde the sayde Armes and Creast vnto and for the sayd Robert Gall 
gentleman, and to his posteritye and to all the posteritie of Robert Gall 
his father with their differencis, And he and they the same to vse, beare 
and shew forthe in Shield, Cote, Armor or otherwayse at his and their 
Liberty and pleasure, with oute Impediment, Lett, or Interuption of any 
person or persons. In witnes wherof I the sayde Clarencieulx Kinge of 
Armes, haue signed these presentf with my hande, and haue sett 
herunto the Seale of myne Office the vj th daye of June Anno Doiii 
1576, and in the xxii th yeare of the Raigne of oure Soueraigne Lady by 
the Grace of God, of England Fraunce and Ireland Queene Defendres 
of the Faythe xct. 




From the original Grant in tny possession. — F. A. C. 



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Gilson Family. 



Thomas Gilson, Bradley, Suffolk. 

Tho s Gilson Marred to Eleanor Woollard the 19 Day Dec 1799 and 

Eleanor Was Born 25 day of January 1777. 
John Gilson Son to Thos & E. Gilson was born Sep 11 th 1800 on 

Thusday Morning 4 Minets after 4 Oclock. 
Tho s Gilson Son to Tho s Gilson and Eleanor his Wife was born the 5 of 

June \ Parst 12 in the Morning 1802. 
Alenton Gilson Son to Tho s Gilson and Eleanor his Wife January 2 1 

1804 \ after n Forenoon. 
Ditto W m Gilson Born April the 10 th 1806 which Died in the Innfencey 

the 19 day April 1806. 
Zadok Gilson Son to Tho s Gilson and Eleanor his Wife was Born 

August 17 th 1807 Ten Minets after Seven Oclock in y e Morning. 
Thomas Gilson the son of Henry Gilson and Mary His Wife was Born 

the 20 th Day of January 1733. 
Henry Gilson the Son of Henry Gilson and Mary his Wife was Born 

March 28 Ano Dom 1736. 
George Gilson the Son of Henry Gilson and Mary his Wife was Born 

the 9 th Day of November 1739. 
Ann Gilson the Daughter of Tho s Gilson and Ann his Wife was Bom 

the 21 st Day of Febuary in the year 1761. 
Mary Gilson the Daughter of Tho s Gilson and Ann his Wife was Born 

the 14 Day of October in y e year Ano Dom 1762. 
Hannah Gilson the Daughter of Tho s Gilson and Ann his Wife was 

Born the 10 th Day of Febuary Ano Dom 1764. 
Sarah Gillson the Daughter of Thomus Gillson and Ann his Wife was 

Born the 21 of June 1766. 
Alice Daughter of George Gilson and Alice his Wife was Born the 31 st 

Day of July 1765. 

Beatar Daughter of George Gilson And alice his wife was Born the 5 
Day of may 1767. George Gilson The son of George Gilson and 
and alice his wif was Born The 24 of October 1769. 

Mary Gilson the Daughter of George Gilson and alice his wife was Born 
the 29 of march 1772. 

Rebekah the Daughter of George Gilson and alice his wife was Born 
the 26 day of Fabruary 1774. 

Ann Gilson The Daughter of Georg Gilson And alice his wife was born 
The 18 day Augst 1778 And Babtised the 23. 

Henry . 

His wi . 

Thomu . . . 

Ann .... 

Alice Gilson the . . . 

and ann His .... J^ ea f torn 

of november .... 

December 

Janu 

Rebekah 

And ann . . . ... 

Babtised th 

Fuller Will 

From a volwnc containing a Book 0/ Common Prayer, dated 1761, 
and r Bible dated 1763, in my possession. On the title-page 
to the Bible is written "J fan' Ann Den/tarn, August gth 
i8i7."—¥. A. C. 

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Felixstowe, Suffolk. 



HERE LIETH INTERED THE BODY 
OF JOHN SAWER WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE FEB. THE 12: 1750 AGED 

67 YEARS. 
ALSO JANE HIS WIFE WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE NOVEMBER THE 14 : 1755 
AGED 76 YEARS. 

On an altar tomb of brick with a stone top, 
south of the chancel. 



HERE RESTETH THE BODY OF 
ELIZABETH HYNDES 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JULY THE 17TH 1756 AGED 37 
YEARS. 

On a headstone, south of the chancel. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JOSEPH BUGG 
WHO DIED YE 24™ OF NOV ER 
1776 
AGED 78 YEARS. 

On a headstone, south of the chancel. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARY THE WIFE OF 
JOSEPH BUGG 
WHO DIED 
THE 30™ OF JULY 1 782 
AGED 54 YEARS. 

On a headstone, south of the chancel. 



IN THIS GRAVE 
ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS 
OF 

SIR SAM L BRUDENELL FLUDYER 
BART. 

WHO DIED 17 OF FEBRUARY 

1833 
AGED 73 YEARS. 

On an upright stone at the head of a coffin-shaped 
monument, south of the chancel. 



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IN THE GRAVE 
ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS 
OF 

MARIA THE WIFE OF 
SIR SAM L BRUDENELL FLUDYER 
BART. 

WHO DIED 23 rd OF NOVEMBER 
1818 
AGED 52 YEARS. 

On an upright stone at the head of a coffin-shaped 
monument, south of the chancel. 



IN MEMORY OF 
MARY THE WIFE OF 
JOHN PAINE WHO 
DIED THE 24 ST JUNE 1 764 
AGED 32 YEARS. 

On a headstone, west of the south transept. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF JOHN PIPE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE JULY 28, 1 839 
AGED 66 YEARS. 
ALSO OF FRANCES HIS WIFE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE MAY 30, lS6l 
AGED 75 YEARS. 

On a stone monument, east of the chance/. 



SACRED TO THE MEMORY OF 
CHARLOTTE ANNA WIFE OF JOHN WROOTS PIPE 
WHO DIED II th SEPTEMBER 1 854 
AGED 31 YEARS. 
ALSO OF HENRY INFANT SON OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED 5™ SEPTEMBER 1850. 

On a stone monument, east of the chancel. 



IN REMEMBRANCE OF 
WILLIAM WOODGATE 
HORN AT RAYDON IN THIS COUNTY 
DIED NOVEMBER 25™ 1883 
AGED 84 YEARS. 

ALSO OF 
SARAH HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED APRIL 22 N " 18S5. 
AGED 8l YEARS. 
On a granite monument, cast of the chancel 



OF YOUR CHARITY PRAY FOR THE SOUL OF 
GEORGE DARELL SHEE 
RECORDER OF HYTHE, KENT 
WHO DIED AT FELIXSTOWE DECEMBER 1 5 ! 1 894 
AGED 51 YEARS. 
R. I. P. 

On a monument, south-east of the chancel. 



IN LOVING MEMORY 
OF 

HENRY GEORGE QUILTER 
WHO DIED NOVEMBER 23 rd 1 893 
IN HIS 70™ YEAR. 

On a cross of white marble, south-east of the chancel. 



IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
HENRY JERVIS WHITE-JERVIS 
COL. ROYAL ARTILLERY 
DIED SEPTEMBER 22, 1 88 1, AGED 56 YEARS. 
ETHEL ROSE JERVIS WHITE-JERVIS 
BORN AUGUST 20 th 1 862. 
DIED MAY II th 1 886. 

On a granite cross in the north-east corner 
of the churchyard. 



WALTER WADE 
ACCIDENTALLY DROWNED AT FELIXSTOW 
5 SEPTEMBER 1 869. 

On a stone cross in the north-east corner 
of the churchyard. 



IN 

LOVING MEMORY 
OF 

HYNMAN ALLENBY 
BORN AUGUST 25, 1821. 
DIED FEB. 20, 1878. 

On a granite headstone in the north-east 
corner of the churchyard. 



IN MEMORY OF 
HENRY BERNARD 
INFANT SON OF 
ARTHUR & ALICE 
HEBDEN 
DIED MAY 8 th 1868. 

On a granite headstone in the north-east 
comer of the churchyard. 



IN MEMORY OF 
SIR JOHN SPENSER LOGIN 
WHO DIED HERE OCTOBER 18, 1863 
AGED 53. 

ERECTED BY THE MAHARAJAH DULEEP SINGH 
HIS AFFECTIONATE WARD 
IN GRATEFUL REMEMBRANCE OF THE TENDER CARE WITH 
WHICH HE TRAINED HIM UP IN THE SIMPLE FAITH OF OUR 
LORD AND SAVIOUR JESUS CHRIST. 
IN MEMORY 
OF 

SIR JOHN SPENSER LOGIN 
WHO DIED AT FELIXSTOWE 
ON THE l8™ OCT. 1863 
IN THE 54™ YEAR 
OF HIS AGE. 
THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED 
BY HIS AFFECTIONATE FRIEND AND WARD 
THE MAHARAJAH DULEEP SINGH 
IN GRATEFUL REMEMBRANCE 
OF THE TENDER CARE 
AND SOLICITUDE WITH WHICH 
SIR JOHN LOGIN 
WATCHED OVER HIS EARLY YEARS 
TRAINING HIM UP IN THE PURE 
AND SIMPLE FAITH OF OUR LORD AND SAVIOUR 
JESUS CHRIST. 
EDWARD WILLIAM SPENCER LOGIN 
INDIAN IMPERIAL FINANCE 
ELDEST SON OF SIR J. S. AND LADY LOGIN 
DIED AT SEA OFF GALLE 
DECEMBER 1 6, I 87 6 
AGED 33. 

On a large monument of marble and granite, north-east 
of the chancel. 

Copied Qth September, 18Q5.—Y. A. C. 



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A Iderton, Suffolk. 



IN THE CHURCH. 

IN MEMORY OF ELEANOR DOUGLAS NORTON 
WIFE OF THE REVEREND WILLIAM ADDINGTON NORTON, M.A. 
RECTOR OF THIS PARISH 
AND GRANDAUGHTER AND HEIRESS AT LAW OF JOHN FOX 
OF PARLIAMENT STREET, WESTMINSTER 
AND OF GREAT DOODS, REIGATE, IN THE COUNTY OF SURREY ESQUIRE 
WHO DIED ON THE EIGHTH DAY OF DECEMBER 
IN THE YEAR OF OUR LORD 1834 AGED 38 YEARS. 
ALSO OF THREE OF THEIR CHILDREN 
WILLIAM DOUGLAS NORTON 
WHO DIED APRIL 27™ 1827 AGED THREE YEARS 
AND AUGUSTUS ADDINGTON AND CATHARINE NORTON 
WHO DIED IN INFANCY. 

On a white marble tablet on the north wall. 



TO THE MEMORY 
OF 

THE REV D ROBERT BIGGS, A.B. 
46 YEARS RECTOR OF THIS PARISH 
AND LATE VICAR OF BAWDSEY. 
HE WAS NOT DISTINGUISHED BY 
HIS ACTIVITY 
OR 

LITERARY ABILITIES 
BUT HE WAS 
WHAT IS MORE TRULY VALUABLE 
AN HONEST MAN. 
HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 8 th OCT R 1 769 
AGED 72 YEARS. 
THIS MONUMENT WAS ERECTED BY HIS TWO EXECUTORS 
THOMAS CUDDON, ONE OF THE MASTERS IN ORDINARY OF THE 
HIGH COURT OF CHANCERY OF GREAT BRITAIN 
AND 

PETER MABER ESQ R BOTH OF THIS COUNTY. 

On a white marble tablet on the north wall. 



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IN 

MEMORY OF 
SAMUEL GROSS 
LATE OF PETISTREE 
AND FORMERLY OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED JUNE 24 th 1 836 
AGED 72 YEARS. 
ALSO OF ANN HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED JANUARY 3 rd 1815 AGED 59 YEARS. 
ALSO OF THEIR SON 
SAMUEL CHILTON GROSS 
OF THIS PARISH 
WHO DIED MARCH 1 7™ 1844 AGED 47 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
ANNA ELIZA EMILY 
INFANT DAUGHTER OF 
WOOLNOUGH AND ANNE ELIZA MARIA GROSS 
(AND GRAND-DAUGHTER OF 
SAMUEL CHILTON GROSS) 
WHO DIED DECEMBER 24™ 1 848. 
ALSO OF 

ANN, RELICT OF SAMUEL CHILTON GROSS 
AND SECOND DAUGHTER OF 
JOHN WOOLNOUGH 
LATE OF WOODBRIDGE AND FORMERLY OF BOYTON 
SHE DIED AUGUST 5™ 1 88 1 AGED 80 YEARS. 

On a stone monument let into the north wall. 



IN A VAULT 
UNDER THIS MONUMENT 
ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS OF 
JOHN PYTCHES ESQ R 
WHO DIED OCTOBER THE 28™ 1803 
AGED 66. 
MARY HIS WIFE 
DIED OCT K 16™ 1827 
AGED 85. 
ELIZABETH PYTCHES 
DIED NOV R 23 rd 1823. 

On a monument of white marble on the north wall. 



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IN MEMORY OF 
THURSTON WHYMPER ESQ R 
YOUNGEST SON OF 
M R THO : WHYMPER LATE OF GLEVERING HALL 
IN THIS COUNTY. 
WHO DIED AT WOODBRIDGE AUG 1 " 2 I st 1 794 AGED 41 YEARS. 
AND OF HIS WIFE 
M RS ELIZABETH WHYMPER 
WHO DIED APRIL 28 th 1823, AGED 63 YEARS. 
THEIR REMAINS REST WITHIN THE STEEPLE. 

On a marble tablet on the north side of the church. 



IN THE CHURCHYARD. 

WITHIN THE WALLS 
OF THE CHANCEL LIETfl THE 
BODIES OF 
ROBERT HOWARD 
WHO DIED SEPT. 1 6, 1807 
AGED 66 YEARS. 
ALSO ANN HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED JULY 1 6, 1 783 
AGED 44 YEARS. 

ALSO SARAH 
HIS SECOND WIFE 
WHO DIED APRIL 15, l8lO 
AGED 54 YEARS. 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN DENNINGTON LEACH 
WHO DIED JUNE 20 th 1859 
AGED 74 YEARS. 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
SOPHIA BEDWELL LEACH 
WHO DIED NOVEMBER 29™ 1 86 7 
AGED 8l YEARS. 
SARAH 
DAUGHTER OF JOHN 
DENNINGTON & SOPHIA 

BEDWELL LEACH 
DIED OCTOBER 27, 1830 
AGED 18 YEARS. 
HOWARD JOHN 
SON OF JOHN DENNINGTON 
AND SOPHIA BEDWELL LEACH 
LOST AT SEA 
DECEMBER 24, 1 836 
AGED 22 YEARS. 

On a stone monument, east of the church. 



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here lieth the body of anna 
the wife of john woolnough 
of this parish and daughter of 
jonathan quintin of ipswich gen t 
he departed this life 
the 3 d of octob : 1 741. 

aged 30 years, 
and also the bodies of 
quintin, john, deborah and john 
the children of the said 
john and anna woolnough 
and also to the memory ok 
john woolnough gent, 
of this parish who was 

BURIED THE 22 nd OF NOV K 176S 
AGED 74 YEARS. 

On an altar tomb, east of the chancel. 



HERE RESTETH IN HOPES 
OF A JOYFULL RESUKECTION 
THE BODY OF JN° WOOLNOUGH 
OF THIS PARRISH WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE THE 27: OF AUGUST 
1728 AGED 59 YEARS. 
HE WAS V : SON OF ROBART 
WOOLNOUGH OF DENTON 
IN NORFOLK 
AND OF FRANCES THE WIFE OF 
THE SAID JOHN WOOLNOUGH 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 30™ MARCH 1 744 
AGED 73 YEARS. 

On an altar tomb of brick with a stone top, east of the chancel. 
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SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
SARAH BREDELL RODWELL 
THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
JOSHUA RODWELL 
OF ALDERTON HALL IN THIS COUNTY 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
SEPTEMBER 28™ 1 85 3 
AGED 57 YEARS. 

ALSO OF 
JOSHUA RODWELL 
THE BELOVED HUSBAND OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
MAY IO TH 1867 
AGED 79 YEARS. 
ALSO OF 
MARY JANE RODWELL 
SECOND DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED AT WALTON, SUFFOLK 
20 th FEBRUARY 1882 
AGED 59 YEARS. 

On a large stone monument near the south door. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN WOOLNOUGH ESQUIRE 

LATE OF WOODBRIDGE 
AND FORMERLY OF BOYTON 
WHO LIVED HIGHLY RESPECTED 
THROUGHOUT A LONG AND 
HONOURABLE LIFE AND DIED 
29™ DECEMBER 1833 DEEPLY 
LAMENTED, IN THE 78 YEAR 
OF HIS AGE. 
ALSO OF 
LOUISA HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED 16™ MARCH 1 85 1 
IN THE 82 nd YEAR 
OF HER AGE. 

ALSO OF 
MARY REBECCA 
ELDEST DAUGHTER OF 
SAM L CHILTON AND MARY GROSS 
OF BAWDSEY 
BORN DEC: II, 1857 DIED FEB 20, 1875. 
AND GREAT GRANDAUGHTER 
OF THE ABOVE 

On an altar tomb of stone, east of the chancel. 



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HERE RESTETH IN HOPES OF A 
JOYFULL RESURRECTION THE BODY OF 

SAMUEL VERTUE 
OF THIS PARISH WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE JULY THE II th 1 7 68 
AGED 47 YEARS. 

On a flat stone, north-east of the chancel. 
Copied 12th September 1895. — F. A. C. 



Bawdsey, Suffolk. 



IN THE CHURCH. 

ERECTED IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
EDWARD CAVELL 
OF BAWDSEY HALL 
BORN 1802, DIED 1867. 

ALSO OF 

ANNE (BALDRY) CAVELL HIS WIFE 
BORN 1814, DIED 1879. 
BY THEIR AFFECTIONATE CHILDREN. 

On a marble tablet on the north wall of the church. 



KATHARINE MARY JOSEPHINE 
TIGHE GREGORY 
BURIED HERE 
27 FEB: 1864. 

On a flat stone in the aisle. 



IN MEMORIAM. 
KATHARINE MARY JOSEPHINE 
TIGHE GREGORY 
NEE STEWART 
LAST REPRESENTATIVE OF THE STEWART 
OF BALLY-WILLAN AND BALLY-AUGHRIM 
DESCENDANTS OF ALEXANDER 6"' LORD HIGH STEWART OF SCOTLAND A.D. I 273 
WIFE OF THE VICAR OF THIS PARISH 
DIED 20 FEB. 1864. 
PHII.IPP. IV. 8. 

On a marble monument on the south 'wall of the church. 



3° 



IN THE CHURCHYARD. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JOHN HARPER 
LATE OF THIS PARISH 
OB. 15 JUNE 1748 

^et: 33. 

also eliz : his relict, late wife 
of john barthorp 
of hollesly 

OB : IO JAN : 1786. 

jet : 63. 
and john harper 
their eldest son late of 
hasketon ob : 4 : march 1775 
jet : 30. 

On an altar tomb of brick with a stone top, south of the tower. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
SAMUEL BURROWS 
WHO DIED NOV ! 7™ 1857 
AGED 65 YEARS. 

On an upright stone at the head of a brick tomb, north of the church. 



IN MEMORY OF 
JOSHUA BRYANT, GENT., 

(OF THIS PARISH) 
WHO DIED 9™ SEP. 1853 
AGED 57 YEARS. 
ALSO 

OF MARY, WIFE OF THOMAS EASTERSON 
(RELICT OF THE ABOVE NAMED JOSHUA BRYANT) 
WHO DIED NOV: I st 1858. 
IN THE 49™ YEAR OF HER AGE. 

On an altar tot?ib surrounded by iron railings, west of the tower. 



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IN 

MEMORY OF 
JOSHUA, SON OF 
JOSHUA & MARY BRYANT 
WHO DIED 28™ APRIL 1 847 
IN HIS 8 th YEAR. 

On a headstone, near t/ie last. 



TO THE MEMORY OF CORRY CAVELL 
LATE OF THIS PARISH GENT* 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE UPON THE 28™ DAY OF JAN RY 1 828 
AGED 8l YEARS 
ALSO OF MARY HIS WIDOW WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
UPON THE 29™ DAY OF DEC R 1830 
AGED 71 YEARS. 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
CORRY CAVELL 
ELDEST SON OF CORRY & MARY CAVELL 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
UPON THE I 8 th DAY OF JUNE 1829 
AGED 41 YEARS. 
AT THE 
FOOT ARE 
THE REMAINS OF 

ROB T & CHA S 
TWO OTHER SONS 
WHO DIED ROB T UPON 
THE 8 FEB. 1795 
AGED 3 MONTHS 
CHA S UPON THE 

16 SEP. 1803 
AGED IO YEARS. 

On an altar tomb surrounded by iron railings, east of the chancel. 



IN 

MEMORY OF 
EDWARD CAVELL 
OF BAWDSEY HALL 
WHO DIED JULY 3 R1> 1867 AGED 65. 
ALSO OF ANNE HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED JANUARY 3I ST 1879 AGED 65. 
EDWARD ERNEST ELDEST CHILD OF 
EDWARD CHARLES AND EDITH CAVELL 
DIED 5™ JULY 1876 AGED 8 WEEKS. 

On a stone monument, south of the last. 



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TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN JEAFFRESON OF THIS PARISH GEN T 
WHO DYED AUGUST THE 6 th 1 759 AGED 57. 
ELIZABETH HIS WIFE WHO DYED 
AUGUST THE 29™ 1 759 AGED 62. 
AND THEIR CHILDREN 
ANNE LATE WIFE OF M R JOHN BARTHORP 
OF ALDERTON WHO DYED FEBRUARY THE 2 D 1760 
AGED 29. 

AND JOHN WHO DYED MARCH THE l6 TH 1760 
AGED 27. 
IN DUTY, GRATITUDE & AFFECTION 
TO KIND & INDULGENT PARENTS 
TO A PRUDENT & TENDER WIFE 
AND TO A DESERVEDLY BELOVED BROTHER 
THIS MARBLE IS DEDICATED 

On an altar tomb of brick with a stone top, 
on the south of the chancel. 



HERE LIETH THE BODY OF 
ROBART DALLINGER 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 23 
DAY OF DECEMBER 1 72 2 
AGED 40 YEARS AND ALSO 
SARAH THE DAUGHTER OF 
YE SAID ROB T DALLINGER 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 
I DAY OF JANUARY 1 722 
AGED 12 YEARS. 

On an altar tomb of brick with a stone top. 



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THIS TOMB STONE WAS RAISED 
BY J. BRAND OF SUTTON 
OVER THE BODY OF 
A. M. E. SPENCER 
WHO TO HIS GREAT SORROW 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
JANUARY 24™ 1829 
AGED 24 YEARS. 
IF ANY PERSONS TAKE THE TROUBLE 
OF COMING INTO THIS NEIGHBOURHOOD 
TO INQUIRE ABOUT ME 
MERELY SAY THEY MAY FIND ME 
IN BAWDSEY CHURCHYARD. 

An altar tomb of brick with a stone top surrounded by iron 
railings, on the north side of churchyard. 



MARGARET 
TICHE-GREGORY 
NEE GARROD 
WIFE OF THE REV. A. TIGHE-GREGORY 
VICAR OF BAWDSEY. 
BY BIRTH "LOW" AS THE BLESSED VIRGIN, 
BY INTELLIGENCE, EDUCATION, MARRIAGE " RAISED " 
IN THE ESTIMATE OF SOCIETY 
EVERY WOMANLY GRACE & EVERY CHRISTIAN VIRTUE 
" LITTLE LOWER THAN THE ANGELS." 
AGE 33, APRIL 8, 1877. 

On a headstone near the vicarage grounds. 

Copied 12th September /Spj. — F. A. C. 



Walton, co. Suffolk. 

IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
CHARLES HARWICH. MARRIOTT 
FOR TEN YEARS 
VICAR OF WALTON AND FELIXSTOWE 
BORN JAN. 13, 1815, DIED JAN. II, 1893. 
IN LOVING MEMORY OF 
MARY ANN PALMER 
WIFE OF THE 
REV. C HARWICK MARRIOTT 
WHO ENTERED INTO REST 
JAN. 5, 1890 AGED 54. 

On a marble cross, south of the chancel. 



Copied 13 September /SpS- — F« A. C. 

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Admissions to Manors in Redenhall & Denton, 

co. Norfolk. 1135494 



Manor of Alburgh Rectory. Special Court Baron of the Rev. Stair 
Fax Stillingfieet, rector, held 30 May 1748, before Daniel Sayer, 
steward. Admission of Anthony Freston of the parish of S l Cross, 
ats S' George, ats Sandcroft, in South Elmham, co. Suffolk, yeoman, 
on the surrender of Thomas Stubbs, clerk, he being cousin and 
next heir of Sarah Flowerdew, deceased. 

Manor of Alburgh Rectory. General Court Baron held 5 February 
1764, before Daniel Sayer, steward. Admission of Anthony 
Freston, an infant of the age of six years or thereabouts, eldest son 
and next heir of Anthony Freston, tenant of the said manor, who 
died since the last Court. 

Manor of Denton Rectory. General Court Baron of the Rev. George 
Sandby, M.A., rector, held 12 November 175T, before Daniel 
Sayer, steward. Admission of John Van Kamp of Bungay, co. 
Suffolk, on the surrender of Elizabeth Postlethwayt of Dersingham, 
co. Norfolk, spinster, and Samuel Kerrich of the same place, D.D., 
and Barbara his wife. Rev. John Postlethwayt brother of the 
said Elizabeth and Barbara. 

Manor of Denton Rectory. Special Court Baron of the Rev. William 
Chester, rector, held 14 May 181 1, at the request of William 
Jenney, and Marianne Jenney, spinster, in the presence of John 
Steward, steward. Admission of William Jenney and Marianne 
Jenney, spinster, children of Edmund Jenney, deceased, by Elizabeth 
his late wife, deceased, on the surrender of Elizabeth Postle- 
thwayt, spinster, and Samuel Kerrich, D.D., and Barbara his 
wife. Reciting an extract from the will of John Van Kamp. 
" In order towards making a provision of mantainance for my two 
daughters, Tabitha and Susanna Maria, and the survivor of them, I 
devise unto the Rev. John Astley of Thornage, co. Norfolk, the 
Rev. Philip Bell, brother of Henry Bell, and William Jenney, son 
of Edmund Jenney, and the survivor of them all that my messuages, 

&G." 

Manor of Denton Rectory. Special Court Baron of the Rev. William 
Chester, rector, held before the Lord himself on Tuesday, 14 May 
181 1, at the request of William Jenney and Marianne Jenney, 
spinster, in the presence of John Steward, steward. Admission of 
Gwyn Etheridge of Denton, co. Norfolk, on the surrender of 
William Jenney, and Marianne Jenney, in consideration of two 
hundred pounds. 

Manor of Holbrooke, otherwise Alburgh. General Court Baron of 
John Wogan, held 27 January 1752, before Daniel Sayer, steward. 
Admission of John Van Kamp of Bungay, co. Suffolk, on the 
surrender of Elizabeth Postlethwayt of Dersingham, co. Norfolk, 
spinster, and Samuel Kerrich, D.D., and Barbara his wife. 



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Manor of Holbrooke, otherwise Alburgh. General Court Baron of 
John Wogan, Lord of the Manor, held 18 April 1756 before Daniel 
Sayer, steward. Admission of John Van Kamp of Bungay, co. 
Suffolk, on the surrender of William Bokenham, brother and 
heir of Lydia Bokenham. 

Manor of Holbrooke, otherwise Alburgh. Special Court Baron of M re 
Rebecca Holmes, widow, Lady of the Manor, held 26 January 
1 801, before the Lady herself, in the presence of Thomas Smith, 
deputy steward. Admission of William Jenney, under the will 
of John Van Kamp, dated 2 March 1800. 

Manor of Holbrooke, otherwise Alburgh. General Court Baron of M" 
Rebecca Holmes, widow, Lady of the Manor, held 24 November 
1808, before George Clubbe Parsons, steward. Admission of the 
Rev. Philip Bell and William Jenney, under the will of John Van 
Kamp. 

Manor of Topcroft with Denton. General Court Baron held 14 May 
1742. Admission of Anthony Freston of S l Cross, South Elmham, 
yeoman, on the surrender of the Rev. Thomas Stubbs. 

Manor of Topcroft, with Denton. General Court Baron held 15 
October 1751. Admission of John Van Kamp on the surrender 
of Samuel Kerrich, D.D., and Barbara his wife, and Elizabeth 
Postlethwayt. 

Manor of Topcroft with Denton. General Court Baron held 2 1 April 
1801. Admission of William Jenney under the will of John Van 
Kamp . 

Manor of Topcroft with Denton. Special Court Baron held 15 May 
181 1. Admission of Gwyn Etheridge of Denton, on the surrender 
of William and Marianne Jenney. 

Manor of Topcroft with Denton. Special Court Baron held 15 May 
181 1. Admission of William Jenney and Marianne Jenney, 
spinster, under the will of John Van Kamp. 

Manor of Topcroft with Denton. General Court Baron held 20 June 
1815. Admission of Gwyn Etheridge on the surrender of Anthony 
Freston. 

Manor of Redenhall. General Court Baron of John Wogan, Lord 
of the Manor, held 27 January 1752 before Daniel Sayer, 
steward. Admission of John Van Kamp, on the surrender of 
Elizabeth Postlethwayt of Dersingham, spinster, Samuel Kerrich, 
D.D., and Barbara his wife. 

Manor of Redenhall. Special Court Baron of M re Rebecca Holmes, 
widow, Lady of the Manor, held on Monday, 26 January 1S01, in 
the presence of Thomas Smith, deputy steward. Admission of 
William Jenney, under the will of John Van Kamp. 

From a volume in my possession, lettered, "Admissions to 
Manors in Redenhall and Denton, co. Norfolk" 
— F. A. C. 



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Monumental Inscriptions in the Church at 
Birchington, co. Kent. 



ELIZ : DAUG R OF 
M R JOHN AYLING 
& ELIZ : HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED OCT R 
THE I st 1678 AGED 
6 YEARS. 

On a small stone 



in the Quex Chapel. 



BENEATH THIS STONE LIETH 
THE REMAINS OF ELIZ : ROBERTS 

WIFE OF W M ROBERTS ESQ R 
WHO DIED 28™ OF SEPT R 1 788 
AGED 45 YEARS. 
ALSO THE SAID W M ROBERTS ESQ RE 
WHO DIED 6 th OF JAN Y 1805 
AGED 82 YEARS. 

On a fiat stone in the Quex Chapel. 



HERE LYETH INTERR'D v BODY OF 

WILLIAM BVLLER ESQ R OF 
QUEAX IN THE COUNTY OF KENT 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE Y E 30™ 
OCT R 1708 AGED 34 YEARS HE 
MARRIED TO WIFE ELIZABETH ELDEST DAV- 
GHTER OF RICHARD MEAD ESQ. 
OF LONDON BY WHOM HE 
HAD NO ISSUE. 

On a flat stone in the Quex Chapel. Above are the Arms ; On a cross, 
quarterpierced, four eagles displayed, a crescent for difference, Buller; 
impaling, A chevron between three pelicans vulning themselves, Mead. 
Crest : A Moor's head couped, wreathed about the temples. 



HEERE LYETH Y BODY OF ANNE Y 
WIFE OF ROGER SMITH GENT. & 
THIRD DAVGHTER OF S R ANTHONY 
COLEPEPER OF BEDSBVRY K T WHO 
LEFT THIS LIFE FEB. 26, 1 636. 

On a flat stone in the Quex Chapel. 

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THIS MONUMENT IS ERECTED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
CAPTAIN ARTHUR ANNESLEY COTTON 

OF THE 7 th HUSSARS 
BY THE OFFICERS OF THAT REGIMENT 
AS A TESTIMONY OF THEIR SINCERE REGARD AND ESTEEM 
FOR HIM AS A BROTHER OFFICER 

AND COMPANION. 
HE DIED THE I2 T " OF MAY 1836. 
AGED 24 YEARS. 

In the Quex Chapel, on a tablet on the south wall, between 
the arches opening into the chancel. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
CHARLOTTE 
THE BELOVED WIFE OF 
JOHN POWELL POWELL ESQ RE 
OF QUEX PARK, ISLE OF THANET 
DIED 9™ AUGUST 1 844. AGED 70 YEARS 
ALSO OF THE ABOVE NAMED 
JOHN POWELL POWELL ESQ RE 
WHO DIED AT QUEX PARK. 
THE 14™ OF MAY 1849. AGED 79 YEARS. 

In the Quex Chapel, on a tablet on the u>est wall. Above are the 
Arms : A lion rampant; impaling, On a chevron betivecn three swans' 
heads erased, as many trefoils slipped. Crest : A dexter hand holding a 
dagger. 



NEAR THIS STONE 
LIETH THE REMAINS OF 
WILLIAM ROBERTS ESQ RE 
OF KINGS GATE IN THE ISLE OF THANET 
WHO DIED 6 T " OF JAN Y 1805 
AGED 82 YEARS 
ALSO ELIZ™ ROBERTS HIS WIFE 
WHO DIED 28 SEPT R I 78S 

AGED 45 YEARS. 
IN MEMORY LIKEWISE OF 
ARTHUR ANNESLEY POWELL 
ESQ R THEIR ELDEST SON. HE 
DIED AT WHERWELL HANTS 
JUNE THE 28™ 1S13 
ANNO /ETAT. 4 7°. 

In the Quex Chapel, on an crnal tablet on the south wall. 
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IN A VAULT BENEATH THIS STONE 
LIES INTERR'D THE BODY OF JOHN THE 
SON OF JOHN AND MARTHA NEAME 
OF GOAR END IN THIS PARISH 
HE DIED MARCH THE 1 7™ 1 765 AGED 
EIGHT YEARS AND II MONTHS. 
HAPPY THE BABE WHO PRIVILED'D BY FATE 
TO SHORTEN LABOUR AND A LIGHTER WEIGHT 
RECEIV'D BUT YESTERDAY THE GIFT OF BREATH 
ORDERED TO-MORROW TO RETURN TO DEATH. 
ALSO IN THE SAME VAULT IS INTERR'D THE 
BODY OF M R WILLIAM MOCKETT LATE OF 
DANDELION IN THIS ISLE, WHO DIED THE J" 
OF JULY 1 77 1 AGED 73 YEARS. 



On a flat stone in the south chancel. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
HARRIOT WIFE OF CHARLES BOWLAND COTTON ESQ RE 
OF KINGSGATE IN THE ISLE OF THANET 
WHO DIED ON THE l8 TH DAY OF JANUARY 1837 AGED 60 YEARS 

AND OF SEVEN OF THEIR CHILDREN 
ARTHUR HENRY BULLER WHO DIED 4 AUG ST 1804 AGED II DAYS 
ARTHUR HENRY BULLER WHO DIED 8 OCT. 1806 AGED ONE YEAR 
LAURA SUSAN WHO DIED 3 1 MARCH l8ll AGED 12 YEARS 

ALEXANDRINA WHO DIED 1 6 SEP R 1815 AGED 12 DAYS 
HARRIOT POWELL WHO DIED 6 JUNE 1819 AGED II YEARS 
CHARLES WILLIAM, A LIEUTENANT IN THE 5™ NATIVE CAVALRY 
WHO DIED AT SHALAPORE IN THE EAST INDIES 
ON THE 15 th NOVEMBER 1 82 1 AGED 1 9 YEARS 
AT WHICH PLACE A MONUMENT HAS BEEN ERECTED TO HIS MEMORY 
BY AND AT THE EXPENSE OF HIS BROTHER OFFICERS 
ARTHUR ANNESLEY VALENTIA A CAPTAIN IN THE 7 th HUSSARS 
WHO DIED 12 MAY I 836 AGED 24 YEARS 
AND TO WHOSE MEMORY A MONUMENT HAS BEEN ERECTED IN THIS CHURCH 
BY HIS BROTHER OFFICERS AT THEIR OWN REQUEST AND EXPENSE 
ALSO OF THE ABOVE NAMED 
CHARLES BOWLAND COTTON ESQ R OF KINGSGATE 
WHO DIED SEPTEMBER 5™ 1 847 
IN THE 8o TH YEAR OF HIS AGE. 

In the Quex Chapel, on the north wall. Below is a Crest: 
A griffin's head erased, pierced ivith an arrow. 



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HEER LYETH INTERRED 
THE BODY OF IONE THE 
DAVGHTER OF RICHARD 
SIMONS OF TYLMANSTONE 
LATE THE WIFE OF 
THOMAS KIRBY OF SOVTHEND 
WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE THE 82 YEARE OF 
HVR AGE IVNE THE 1 3 
ANO DOMI 1656. 

On a flat stone in the nave 



HERE LYETH THE BODY OF IOHN 
AVSTEN YEOMAN OF MINSTER HE 
DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 2 I OF 
IANUARY . . . 

On a ledger stone in the aisle, near the west door. 



On a ledger stone an inscription of several lines, the only word 
of which is legible is kerby. 



HERE ALSO LIETH INTERR'D THE 
BODY OF IOHN KERBY OF VILL OF 
WOOD OF THIS PARISH KENSMAN 
TO THE ABOVE SAID JOHN KERBY 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 1 4™ 
DAY OF IUNE IN THE YEAR OF OUR 
LORD 17 17 jETATIS 66 YEARS. 

On a flat stone in the nave. 



HERE LIETH INTERRED THE BODY 
OF THOMAS KIRBY OF SOUTHEND 
WHO DEJ?ED THIS LIFE THE FIRST 
DAY OF MARCH ANNO Dni 1 65 I, 
AND IN THE 78 th YEARE OF HIS 
AGE, HE MARIED IOANE y DAVGHTER 
OF RICHARD SIMONS OF TILMESTON 
AND BY HER HAD ISSVE 5 SONNS 
AND ONE DAVGHTER OF WHOMK 
THE 2 YONGEST SONNS PAVLL AND 
THOMAS ARE YETT SVRVIVING. 

On a flat stone in the nave. 



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HERE LIETH INTERR'D 
y BODIES OF M R GEORGE FRIEND 
OF THIS PARISH AND MARGARY 
HIS WIFE HE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
Y I 8 th DAY OF SEPTEMBER 1703 
AGED 71 YEARS, AND SHE DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE y l8 TH DAY OF IANUARY 1704 
^ETATIS 82 YEARS. 

On a flat stone in the nave. 



HERE LYES INTERR'D \ BODYS OF M R 
THO s VNDERDOWN, LATE OF FORDWICH 
(THRICE MAYOR OF THAT CORPORATION) 
& ANN HIS WIFE WHO HAD ISSUE 
BY HER I SON & 4 DAUGHTERS HE 
DIED JAN Y y 8™ 1709 AGED 66 YEARS 
SHE DIED SEP R ? I4 TH 1690 
AGED 49 YEARS. 

On a flat stone in the nave. 



IN HOPES OF A JOYFUL 

RESURRECTION 
HERE LIETH THE BODY 
OF JOHN GOARE 
WHO DEPARTED THIS 
LIFE MARCH THE 1 9™ 
1754 AGED 62 YEARS. 

On a ledger stone in the south aisle. 



HERE UNDER LIETH THE BODY 
OF HENERY AUSTEN IN HOPE 
OF A BLESSED RESURRECTION 
. . OF OCTOBER IN THE YEERE 
OF OUR LORD ONE THOUSAND 
SIX HVNDRED SIXTY AND 
ONE. 



xuti gttUtfi <$u*fe qui M\t xxi° tti* (tottato &° §n% 
mtwxltx. 

On a brass on the floor of the Quex Chapel. Above 
are two effigies. 



NEAR ARE DEPOSITED THE REMAINS OF 
SARAH WIFE OF JAMES NEAME, 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE THE 4™ OF APRIL 
1803 AGED 49 YEARS. 
ALSO ANN DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE WHO DEPARTED 
THIS LIFE THE 26™ OF JULY 1 795 AGED 14 YEARS. 
THOSE LIKEWISE OF M R JAMES NEAME 
SECOND SON OF THE ABOVE HE DIED 
APRIL THE 8 th 1 8 14) ANNO iETAT. 29 
ALSO SARAH THIRD DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED JUNE 24™ I 822 AGED 42 YEARS. 

ALSO THE ABOVE JAMES NEAME 
WHO DIED JUNE 30™ 1 843 AGED 97 YEARS. 
ALSO CHARLOTTE NEAME 
DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE 
WHO DIED SEP R 2 nd 1 87 2 AGED 79 YEARS. 
ALSO MARIA NEAME, 
DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE JAMES NEAME 
WHO DIED DEC R 3 rd 1879 AGED 91 YEARS. 

On a monument on the south wall. 



IN A VAULT NEAR THIS PLACE LIE THE BODIES OF 
JOHN FRIEND AND MARY HIS WIFE 
HE DIED AUGUST THE 4 th 1 792 AGED 7 1 YEARS 
AND SHE DIED OCTOBER 26™ I 784 AGED 6 1 YEARS. 
ALSO MARY WIFE OF JOHN FRIEND JUN R WHO DIED 
THE 20 OF SEPTEMBER 1 793 AGED 40 YEARS. 
ALSO MARY DAUGHTER OF THE ABOVE JOHN AND MARY FRIEND 
WHO DIED MARCH THE l8 TH l8oi AGED 17 YEARS. 
ALSO SARAH DAUGHTER OF GEORGE AND PHEEBE FRIEND 
WHO DIED MARCH THE 3 rd 1807 AGED 22 YEARS. 
ALSO THE REV. HENRY FRIEND, LATE VICAR OF 
EAST FARLEIGH IN THIS COUNTY DIED AUG T 5™ l8ll AGED 53 YEARS. 
ALSO PHOEBE WIFE OF GEORGE FRIEND ABOVE NAMED, 
DIED MAY 14™ l8l 2, AGED 52 YEARS. 
ALSO GEORGE FRIEND ESQ R OF THIS PARISH DIED 
NOV R 5™ 1813 AGED 66 YEARS. 
ALSO JOHN FRIEND ESQ K LATE OF BROOKS END 
IN THIS PARISH DIED APRIL THE 3 RU 1 8 I 7 
AGED 64 YEARS. 

On a marble monument on the west wall, north aisle. 



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THE 
RIGHTEOUS 
HATH HOPE 
IN HIS 
DEATH. 
PROV s XIV. 32. 
A RECORD. 
SACRED TO JAMES TOMLIN 
OF WEST MALLING IN THIS COUNTY 
ESQUIRE AND TO THE 
AFFECTION OF HIS WIDOW JANE 
HE DIED JAN Y 2 I st 1 846 
AGED 68 YEARS. 
DURING THE EARLIER PART 
OF LIFE HE WAS A MERCHANT OF 
LONDON, AND FOR MORE THAN 
THIRTY YEARS A MEMBER OF 
THE COURT OF THE GOLDSMITHS 
COMPANY IN THAT CITY. 
SACRED ALSO TO THE MEMORY 
OF HIS FATHER WILLIAM TOMLIN 
WHO DIED APRIL II th 1 789 AGED 44. 
OF HIS MOTHER SUSANNAH TOMLIN 
WHO DIED APRIL 9™ 1830 AGED 8l. 
OF HIS ELDEST BROTHER JOHN TOMLIN 
WHO DIED MARCH 2 I st 1838 AGED 66. 
ALL OF WHOM RESIDED IN THIS PARISH 
OF HIS NEPHEW WILLIAM TOMLIN 
OF LONDON ; MERCHANT j SON OF 

THE ABOVE JOHN TOMLIN, 
WHO DIED AT LIEGE IN BELGIUM, 
MAY 25™ 1841 AGED 3 1 YEARS, 

AND WAS BURIED IN 
A VAULT NEAR THIS CHURCH BY 
THE SIDE OF HIS FATHER. 
ALSO OF JANE, WIDOW OF THE ABOVE 
JAMES TOMLIN 
WHO DIED AT NORTHDOWN 
JANUARY 28™ 1880, AGED 85 YEARS. 

On a monument on the west wall, south aisle. Below are the Arms : 
On a chevron between three battle-axes as many right hands in armour, 
Tomlin ; impaling, Quarterly : 1st and 4th, Tomlin ; 2nd, On a bend 
a man's head in armour ; 3rd, A chevron between three mullets pierced. 
Crest: A right hand in armour between two battle-axes in saltire. 
Motto ; Aiquabiliter et diligenter. 



SAMUEL BROOKE ESQ R 
DIED JUNE I I th 1774. 

On a ledger stone in the nave. 



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IN A VAULT NEAR THIS MONUMENT 
ERECTED BY JOHN GRETTON OF PECKHAM 
IN THE COUNTY OF SURREY ESQ R 
IS DEPOSITED THE BODY OF SARAH HIS FIRST WIFE 
WHO WAS THE WIDOW 
OF EBENEZER NUSSELL ESQ R 
SHE DIED OF A CANCER JAN RY 28™ I 7 75 AGED 35 
ALSO THE BODY OF MARY HER UNMARRIED SISTER WHO DIED OF THE SAME 
DREADFULL MALADY MAY 12 th I 77 7 AGED 35 
AND OF NICHOLAS STRIVENS (OF THIS PARISH) THEIR FATHER 
WHO DIED APRIL l6 TH 1780 AGED 58. 

On a monument on the south wall. 



HERE LIES INTERR'D THE BODY OF 

SARAH WIFE OF GEORGE FRIEND 
OF THIS PARISH LEFT ISSUE THREE 
SONS AND TWO DAUGHTERS VIZ : 
JOHN, GEO E & HENRY, ELIZABETH 
AND ANN. SHE DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 7™ OF JULY I 741 AGED 49 YEARS. 
ALSO THE BODY OF THE ABOVE 
GEORGE FRIEND WHO DIED THE 
2 D OF JUNE 1761 AGED 72 YEARS. 

On a ledger stone in the nave. 



gjtic rcriuie.srtt |Uagc,stiv $ohc0 ^Rcynyjs dcticuja 
nunc* Vitmwt Ac gftimfeton qui obijt nono die Orto- 
bttiS anno rtni m d t' c x*iij. 
On a brass in the nave. Above is the figure of a priest. 



HERE ARE DEPOSITED 

THE REMAINS OF 
FRANCIS NEAME AND 
ELIZABETH HIS WIFE 
HE DIED II th OCT R 1 759 

AGED 47 YEARS. 
SHE DIED 7™ SEP. 1807 
AGED 97 YEARS. 
ALSO ANN THEIR DAUGHTER 
DIED 29 NOV. . . . 
AGED 2 YEARS. 
ALSO FRANCIS SMITH 
AN INFANT 
THEIR GRANDSON 
THEY HAD ISSUE VIZ : 
JOHN, WILLIAM, JAMES, 
ELIZABETH, MARY & ANN. 

On a ledger stone near the south door. 



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IN MEMORY OF RICHARD 
WILLSON WHO DIED NOV R 
THE 14™ 1769. ALSO OF MARY 
HIS WIFE WHO DIED AUGUST 
THE 27™ 1765. 
ALSO SARAH THEIR 
DAUGHTER WHO DIED NOV R 
THE 12 th 1794 AGED 66 YEARS. 

On a ledger stone in the south aisle. 



JAMES THORNTON 
DIED 6 OCT : l8l I 
AGED 3 YEARS 
AND 6 MONTHS. 

On a ledger stone near the font. 



DOROTHY MARSDEN 
DIED 24™ DEC R l8l I AGED 1 6 YEARS. 

ELIZABETH MARSDEN 
DIED 28™ FEB Y 18 1 6 AGED 21 YEARS. 

On a ledger stone in the nave. 



IN MEMORY 
OF M RS ELIZABETH TOMLIN 

OF MARGATE RELICT 
OF M R CORNELIUS TOMLIN 
WHO DEPARTED THIS LIFE 
THE 31 st OF JAN Y 1802 
AGED 75 YEARS. 

On a ledger stone in the south aisle. 



SACRED 
TO THE MEMORY OF 
JOHN SIDDERS OF THIS 
PARISH WHO DIED JAN Y 30, l8lO 
AGED 55 YEARS. 
ALSO MARY WIFE OF THE 
ABOVE JOHN SIDDERS WHO 
DIED APRIL l6 TH 1817 AGED 62 YEARS. 
ALSO MARTHA, DAUGHTER 
OF THE ABOVE JOHN AND MARY 
SIDDERS WHO DIED FEB Y 1 9™ 1828 
AGED 36 YEARS. 

On a ledger stone in the north aisle. 
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IN A VAULT BENEATH ARE DEPOSITED 
THE REMAINS OF JAMES FRIEND ESQ RB 
OB : AUGUST 3 rd 1819 ANNO MTAT. 39 
ALSO THE BODY OF EDW D FRIEND ESQ KE 
OF LONDON 
OB : APRIL 22 nd 1820 jETAT. 27 
ALSO THE BODY OF 
HENRIETTA WHITELEY, 
OB : OCTOBER 29™ iETAT. 23 
ALSO THE BODY OF ELIZ™ BOULTON, 
OB: FEBRUARY 1 7™ 1821 iETAT. 33 
DAUGHTERS OF THE LATE GEO E FRIEND ESQ RE 
OF THIS PARISH. 

On a mitral tablet on the north wall of the north aisle. 



IN THE FAMILY VAULT BENEATH 
LIE THE REMAINS OF ELIZABETH FRIEND OF THIS PARISH 
OB: FEBRUARY 23 RD 1827 >ET. 76. 
ALSO OF MARY, WIFE OF EDWARD TADDY ESQ R OF MARGATE 
AND SISTER OF THE ABOVE NAMED OB : OCTOBER 31 s1 " 1828 JET. 70. 
ALSO OF GEORGE FRIEND ESQUIRE OF LONDON 
FORMERLY OF THIS PARISH, OB : JULY 31 s1 " 183I JET. 41 
ALSO OF SARAH, RELICT OF UPTON JENNINGS ESQUIRE. 
FORMERLY OF FORDWICH, 
AND SISTER OF THE FIRST NAMED, OB : MARCH 4™ 1 834 JET. 84 
ALSO OF MARY ANN FRIEND LATE OF THIS PARISH 
OB : APRIL 6 th 1834, >ET. 51. 
ALSO OF GEORGE TWYMAN FRIEND ESQUIRE 
OB: NOVEMBER 27™ 1 836, JET. 45 
ALSO OF SARAH WIFE OF EDWARD HATFEILD ESQUIRE 
/ OB: AUGUST 15™ 1846 JET. 6 1. 

ALSO OF MARGARET, WIFE OF JOHN FRIEND ESQUIRE, 
OB: FEBRUARY 2I ST 1856 JET. 8l. 
ALSO OF JOHN FRIEND ESQUIRE OF BROOKS END 
OB : JULY 4™ 1858, JET. 70. 

On a mural monument in the north aisle. 



TO THE MEMORY OF THOMAS GREY OF BIRCHINGTON HALL IN THIS PARISH. 
WHO DIED 28™ FEB RY 1879 AGED 50 AND LIES BURIED IN KENSAL GREEN CEMETARY. 

THESE WINDOWS WERE PUT IN BY HIS SORROWING WIDOW SUSAN GRAY. 

Memorial ivindows on north side of nave. 



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IN MEMORY OF HARRIET 3 rd 
DAUGHTER OF THE LATE ROBERT 
TOMLIN OF NORTHDOWN ESQ RE 
DIED 4 th MAY 1875, AGED 78. 

Memorial window on north side of nave. 



IN MEMORY OF JOHN FRIEND ESQ. OBIT JULY 19™ 1858 AGED 77. 

Memorial window on north side of nave. Above are the Arms : Gules, 
a fess nebuly ermine between six billets or. Crest: On a mount vert 
an eagle with wings displayed argent. Motto ; Alls volat propriis. 



A crest : A lion passant. Motto : Celer atque fi delis. 

A crest: A snake's head between two ostrich feathers. Motto: Vive 

ut vivas. 



TO THE GLORY OF GOD AND IN 
AFFECTIONATE MEMORY OF 
LOUISA BURROUGHES WIFE 
OF JAMES COLLIS BIRD WHO 
DIED SEP. 17, 1 89 1. THIS 
WINDOW IS ERECTED BY HER 
LOVING HUSBAND AND CHILDREN. 

Memorial window on south side of nave. 



TO THE GLORY OF GOD & IN 
MEMORY OF MY DEAR SON 
GABRIEL CHA S DANTE 
ROSSETTI. BORN IN 
LONDON MAY 12, 1828 DIED 
AT BIRCHINGTON EASTER DAY 
1882. 

Memorial window on south side of nave. 
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I. M. O. 

WILLIAM SCOTT OF LYNN, NORFOLK 
DIED 15 DEC R 1857 AGED 62 YEARS. 



I. M. O. 

ELIZABETH SPRY HIS DAUGHTER 
WHO DIED IO JUNE 1 873. 



I. M. O. 

WILLIAM SCOTT JUN R OF LYNN, NORFOLK 
DIED FEB Y 2 nd I 869 AGED 42 YEARS. 



I. M. O. 

ALFRED JOICE SCOTT HIS SON & NEPHEW OF THO S GRAY 
DIED IN RANGOON, B. BURMAH, 28™ OCT. 1872, AGED 21 YEARS. 



On a small brass between the first and second windows from the east 
on the south side. 

THESE FOUR WINDOWS 
WERE GIVEN BY THOMAS 
GRAY OF BIRCH INGTON 
HALL. 



IN MEMORY OF THOMAS 
GREY DIED 1 5™ JUNE 
1864 AGED 75 AND 
MARY HIS WIFE DIED IO T " 
JUNE 1857 AGED 53 

ALSO MARY THEIR 
DAUGHTER DIED 22 nd 
AUGUST 1849 AGED 24. 

On the west window. 

The inscriptions in Birchington Church relating to members of tlie 
Crispe family are printed in the " Family of Crispe" Vol. 4, 
and the above are all t/ie ot/ier inscriptions I could find in the 
Church wlien I made notes (lure in September /Sp6. — F. A. C. 



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Partridge Family. 



%* till <&M&tiMX 1*0$* To Whome this presente Wrightinge shall 
Come Robarte Partridge of Stoake by Nayland in the Countye of Suff 
yeoman Sendeth Greetinge In o r Lord God euerlastinge Knowe yee that 
I the saide Robarte Partridge, Aswell ffor the loue and affection Which 
I haue and beare, To Elisabeth my nowe wiffe as allso ffor and towards 
the future mayntainance of my saide wiffe after my decease, And likewise 
for divers other good Causes and Consideracions my selfe therevnto 
moueinge Haue given graunted enffeoffed and Confirmed, And by 
these p r sents Doe give, graunte, enffeoffe and Confirme To John Crispe 
of little Cornerd in the Countye of Suffolcke yeoman, John Wilkin 
of the same Towne and Countye yeoman, And John Crispe Junio r of 
Bures S [ Marye in the Countye of Suff aforesaide Cardwiner All that 
my Messuage or Temente Wherein I doe nowe dwell, Called Roodings, 
With A Garden Orchard, And all and euery the Barnes, stable howses 
and buildings Whatsoeuer to the saide Messuage or Temente beinge 
and belonginge, And likewise Eight Acres of Arable lande (more or less) 
beinge in one parcell Called Roodings allso, Or by Whatsoeuer other 
name or names the same are Called and knowne, To the same 
Tenemente beinge, and belonginge As the same and euery of them are 
sett lyeinge and beinge in Stoake by Nayland aforesaide, In the Tenure 
and occupacion of mee the said Robarte Partridge Abuttinge vpon the 
Church Yarde of the same parrish Church and Certaine Tenements in 
parte towards the South, The high waye leadinge ffrom Stoake aforesaide 
towards Sudbury on the North in parte, Vpon the highwaye leadinge 
ffrom Stoake aforesaide towards Polstedd on the East, And vpon a 
street Called Puttocke streett, Towards the West, together with all and 
euery the Rights pfitts, Rents, and Comodities of Righte beinge and 
belonginge Or in any Wise appteyneinge to the said Messuage or 
Tenemente, All and euery which saide Messuage or Tenemente and 
parcell of lande With their apptenances I late had to my selfe and my 
heires (amongst other things) By the last Will and Testamente of 
Thomas Partridge my late ffather deceased As in and by the same Will 
and Testamente doeth and maye appeare, And which saide messuage 
or Tenemente, and Eight Acres of lande With All and euery their 
apptenances my saide ffather had and purchased amongst other things of 
One Richard Monyngs of Stoake aforesaide yeoman, As in and by the 
deed poll in Wrightinge of the saide Richard Monyngs graunted 
(beareinge date the two & twentieth daye of August In the two and 
ffortyeth yeare of the Raigne of o r late Soue r aigne Ladye Queene 
Elisabeth maye playnlye appeare, To haue and to holde All and singular 
the saide messuage or Temente, Garden Orchard and all and euery the 
Barnes stable howses and buildings Whatsoeuer With the Eight Acres of 
Lande And together with the Comodyties, Rights, pfitts and apptenances 
in any Wise to the same, appteyneinge and belonginge To the sayde 
John Crispe senio r John Wilkin and John Crispe Junio r their heires and 
Assignes To the vse and behoof of my selfe and Elisabeth my saide 
Wiffe ffor terme of o r Naturall lives, and of the Naturall liffe of the 
longer liver of vs both And ffrom and after the decease of the Surviveor 
of vs both To the heires of the bodye of the saide Elisabeth my saide 
wiffe By me begotten or to be begotten And for the Wante of such 

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yssue of our bodyes To the Righte and nexte heire of mee the saide 
Robarte Partridge, fforeuer, Of the Chieffe Lorde or Lordes of the ffee 
thereof By the Rents and services therfore of right due and accustomed 
And I the saide Robarte Partridge for my selfe and my heires All and 
singular the saide Messuage, Garden, Orchard, Eight Accres of Lande, 
howses, buildings pfitts, Rights Comodities and p r misses With the 
apptenances YVhatsoeuer, To the saide John Crispe, John Wilkin, and 
John Crispe, Junior their heires and Assignes, To the vse and vses aboue 
limytted and exp r ssed, Against my selfe and my heires, And all and any 
other pson, and psons Claymeinge, by ffrom or under mee, Doe, shall 
and will warrante and foreuer defende by these p r sents And moreouer I 
the saide Robarte Partridge for my selfe, and my heires, Doe hereby 
Couenante pmise and graunte, To and With the saide John Crispe 
thelder, John Wilkin, and John Crispe the younger, Thatt the sayde 
Messuage, Garden Orchard, Eight Acres of lande With the houses, 
buildings, and apptenances aforemencioned and euery of them, And the 
Seisen, state and possession thereof by mee had taken, and deliuered 
the daye of the date hereof, To the saide John Crispe, John Wilkin, and 
John Crispe, (to the vses abouesaide) shall from tyme to tyme, and att all 
tymes hearafter, be sufficientlye and Cleerlye exonerated acquitted and 
discharged, ffrom all and euerey former bargaine, sale, Acte or Actes, deed, 
Lease, and Leases Mortgages & encumbrances Whatsoeuer, Claymed, or 
to be Claymed, by ffrom or under mee, or my Acte Consente or 
pcufement (The Rents and services abouemencioned exceepted) And 
that The graunted p r misses With all and euery the Apptenances shalbe 
and Remaine To the vse and vses aboue expressed, accordinge to the 
true meaneinge intente & purpose of this presente deed of ffeoffmente. 
In Wittness Whereof and for the true and suer pformance I the saide 
Robarte Partridge haue herevnto putt my hande and seale The 
ffouerteenth daye of Januarye In the Tenth Yeare of the Raigne of o r 
Soue r aigne Lord Kinge Charles By the Grace of God of Englande 
Scotland ffraunce and Ireland, Defender of the ffayth &c. Annoque 
Dni : 1634. 



The Obligacion is 200 11 . 

The Condicion of this Obligacion w'hin Written is Wharas the Within 
bounden, Robarte Partridge, by his deed of ffeoffmente Hath enffeoffed 
and Assuered To the With named John Crispe thelder John Wilkin of 
little Cornerd in the Countye of Stiff yeoman and John Crispe Junio r 
All this his Messuage With thapptenances and eight Acres of Lande 
sett lyeinge and beinge in Stoake w'hin written, Called by the name and 
names of Roodings and nowe in the occupacion of the same Robarte 
Partridge, To the vse of the same Robarte Partridge and Elisabeth his 
nowe wiflfe (Tor terme of their naturall lives and of the liffe of the longer 
liver of them, And after the decease of the Survive r of them both To the 
heires of the bodye of the same Elisabeth begotten, or to be begotten, by 
the same Robart Partridge as in and by his deed poll beareinge date the 
daye of the date hereof maye and doeth appeare, Yf therefore the same 
Elisabeth nowe Wiffe of the saide Robarte Partridge shall and maye 



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haue holde possesse & inioye the saide Messuage With all and euery 
the mencioned apptenances, and the eight Acres of Lande thervnto 
belonginge, ffrom and after the decease of the aforesaide Robarte 
Partridge, ffor and dueringe the naturall liffe of the same Elisabeth. 
And allso thatt the heires of the bodye of the same Elisabeth begotten 
Or to be begotten, by the same Robarte Partridge, shall and maye haue 
holde and enioye, The saide Messuage and eight Acres of Lande With 
thapptenances, ffrom and affter the decease of the same Robarte and 
Elisabeth Partridge, and of the longer liver of them both, Accordinge to 
the true meaneinge intente and purpose of the mencioned Deed of 
ffeoffmente, That then this presente Obligation Within Written To be 
vtterlye voyde and of none efecte Or els to remaine in full force & vertu. 

Wittnessed by Mathewe Howe 
Henrye Hedge and Susan Hull. 

Sealed and deliuered and Sessen State and peaceable possession of 
the Within mencioned p r misses was had and taken by the within named 
Robarte Partridge The daye and yeare Within Written And deliuered 
the same daye by the same Robarte Partridge To the w'hin written 
John Crispe senio r accordinge to the true meaneinge intente & purpose 
of this p r sente deed of ffeoffmente To the vse therein mencioned. In 
the p r sence of. 

Memorancf that the true meaneinge of this p r sente Deed of ffeoffement 
is That The parte of the mencioned Eight Acrees of lande & y e Tement 
neere adioyneinge to the graunted p r misses & nowe in the occupacion 
of the saide Robarte Partridge named in the same deed beinge latlye 
Recouered and had by the heire of Thomas Partridge Junio r deceased 
is nott to be deemed had, taken or Claymed, as any parte parcell of the 
p r misses graunted by the Contents of this p r sente deed of ffeoffmente. 

From a document in the possession of Charles S. Partridge 
of Stowmarket, Suffolk.-^-F. A. C. 



Stonehouse, cd. Gloucester. 



. DECEMBER 1653. 



READER ABOVE THOV HAST THE YEARE 
WHEREIN WE LOST A FRIEND MOST DEARE 
WHEREIN IT PLEASDE GOD HENCE TO CALL 
HIS FAITHFVLL SERVANT SAMVELL BALL 
WHOSE NOBLE PARTE AND EXLENT WORTH 
I CANNOT HERE AT ALL SETT FOORTH 



HIS SOVLE ASPIRDE TO GOD ON HIGHE 
HIS CORPES VNDER THIS TOMBE DOTH LYE 
OVR LOSS OF HIM LET VS LAMENT 
AND FOR OVR SINNS WITH SPEEDE REPENT 
THAT SOE PREPARED WEE MAY DYE 
TO LIVE WITH GOD ETERNALLY. 



On the south side of an altar tomb in the churchyard, near north porch 
of church. The Register records his burial as follows : u 1653. Samuel 
Ball the Elder was buried the seventh of December. — F. A. C. 



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Jones Family. 



Ame Jones y e ffirst borne Daughter of Samuell Jones and Ame his wife 
was borne at Woolwich 3 d of ffebruary at 6 at night Anno: 167^ 
And departed this world on y e 17 th of septemb: ffollowing 1677 in 
Anchor in hope Alley & buried in S l Katherines Church. 

Ame Jones our second Daughter was borne on weddensday y e 4 th of 
September at i an hour past 7 at night Anno: 1678 in Anchor and 
hope Alley. And baptized on Thursday y e 19 th day ffollowing by 
y e Parson of S l Katherines. 

Samuell Jones our sone was born on Sabothday y e 25 th of July 16S0 at 
6 aclock in y e morning. 

Dina Jones our daughter was borne on thursday y e 29 th of July 1682 
between 5 and 6 a clock at night and Christned y e same night 
Anno: 1682. 

Ame Jones our 2 d Daughter Departed this world on y e 7 th of September 
1682 And buried on sunday y e 10 th ffollowing in S' Katherines 
Church Chancell. 

Samuell Jones our sone Departed this world on y e 2 2 d of September 

1682 and buried on munday y e 25 th ffollowing in y e same grave 

with our Daughter Ame. 
Sarah Jones our Daughter was born on tuesday at 3 aclock in y e 

morneing being y e 7 th day of August 1683. 
Samuell Jones our second sone was borne on ffryday y e 18 th day of 

December 1685 at some what above i an hour past four in y c 

Afftemoone and baptized betwix 1 8 and 9 aclock y* same night. 
Joseph Jones and Benjamin Jones sones of Samuell and Ame Jones his 

wife were borne y e 19 th of Aprill being thursday at 5 in y e morneing 

1688. 

Joseph Jones son of Samuell and Ame Jones his wife departed this Life 
ye 20 th of Aprill 1 688. Buried y e 3 d of May ffollowing in Stepney 
Churchyard. 

Benjamin Jones sone of Samuell and Ame Jones was baptized y* 3 d of 

May and dyed about y e 11 th of y e said mounth and buried by his 

brother in y e south side of Stepney churchyard. 
George Jones sone of Samuell and Ame Jones his wife was born on 

saterday y e 14 th of September 16S9 at $ an hour Past one of y e 

clock at noon and baptized by M r Garrat of St. Katherines y c 8 th of 

October ffollowing. 
Ame Jones Daughter of Samuell and Ame Jones his wife was borne y e 

16 th of September being thursday betwixt 8 & 9 in y c evening 1690. 

And Baptized about 10 y° same night by M r Garrat Minister of S l 

Katherines. 

My Daughter Susanna Jones was borne November y c 16 th 1693 at 7 a 
clock at night being thursday 1693. 

From a vo/ume containing a book of Common 
Prayer, Bible, dfc, dated 1680, in my 
possession. — F. A. C. 



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Abstracts of Documents relating to the Town 
Estate and Charities of the Parish of 
Pakenham, Suffolk. 

4th Edward IV. (146I). 

Thomas Spynneys and John Chylston of Thurston, demise to Maria 
Beman of Wolpet, and John Clement of Stowelangtote, three roods of 
meadow called Cobbeshyll, which they formerly held conjointly with 
William Abell of Pakenham of the feoffment of John Stobs and William 
Hye of Pakenham, to have and to hold for the aforesaid Mary and John 
Clement, their heirs and assigns. Witnesses : — William Smyth, William 
Hert, John Fouler, John Banyard, and John Fysshe, of Pakenham. 

16th Edward IV. (147-7-). 

William Smyth of Pakenham demises to Robert Clerk, John Pryour, 
William Hert, and Thomas Cage, all of Pakenham, three pieces of 
arable land : — (1) Five acres and a half at Stalmer ; (2) Three roods in 
Fowleslowe field, between the lands of the Cellarer of S* Edmunds and 
the king's highway leading to Bury, and the land of the Manor of 
Netherhall ; (3) Three roods in the same abutting on the land of Henry 
Straunge, esquire, formerly of Abell Beman, which pieces of land he 
lately held conjointly with William Smyth, Citizen and Scrivener of 
London, John Rous of Pakenham, John Walsham, lately of the same, 
and formerly of Norton by Wolpet, and John Seymour, deceased, of the 
demise and feoffment of Simon Ive, lately of Pakenham, John Cok, 
lately of Chevyngton, Robert Canham lately of Pakenham, and Thomas 
Maltiward, lately of Felsham, to have and to hold to them and their 
heirs, etc. Witnesses John Cage, Thomas Rose, Robert Gambown, 
Richard Crooke, John Byrd, Thomas Mayster, with many others. 



17th Edward IV. (1477). 
Exchange between Richard, Abbot of S' Edmunds, the Prior and 
the Convent, on the one part, and Robert Clerke, Richard Abell, and 
John Pecok of Pakenham, on the other part. The latter give three 
acres arable in town and fields of Pakenham, of which one acre and a 
half lies in Apyscroftfeld, abutting east, west and south, on lands of 
Pakenham Hall, and north on Hellewey; half an acre lies in Netherapes- 
croftfeld, abutting north, east and west on said manor, and south upon 
Monkespath ; another half acre lies in the same field, abutting north, 
east and west, on said manor, and south on Sheep Close ; another half 
acre lies in Kanelowesfeld, abutting north and south-west on said manor, 
and east on Castellwey. In exchange for a certain pightle called 
Teyntowreyerd, parcel of the manor called Rycardes Hall in Pakenham 
aforesaid, in which pightle is being erected, builded, and completed by 
will and licence of the said Abbot, Prior and Convent, a certain house 
called "a chirchehous sive a Gyldehalle" for the use of the said townsfolk 

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inhabitants of Pakenham for ever. On condition that the aforesaid three 
acres shall belong to the Manor of Pakenham Hall to the use and profit 
of the Cellarer of the said Monastery in exchange for two pieces of land 
containing by estimation four acres of arable, more or less, parcels of the 
Manor of Pakenham Hall, whereof one piece is reckoned for three acres 
and-a-half lying at Londongate, next the land of Thomas Rose on the 
West, and the king's highway called Lavenham wey on the east, one head 
abuts on the lands of William Aubry towards the south, and the other 
head on the king's highway called Bury wey, and on another piece of 
land, parcel of the same four acres towards the north. And the half 
acre lies in the same field next the king's highway, called Bury wey on 
the north, and the lands of divers men on the south. The east head 
abuts on the aforesaid three acres and-a-half, and the west head abuts 
on the aforesaid Manor of Pakenham Hall. And the said half acre is 
called Goryland, which two pieces, containing four acres, shall belong to 
the Manor called Rycardes Hall, to the use and profit of the Treasurer of 
the said Monastery, or of the Supervisor of the said Manor in exchange 
for the aforesaid three acres, for which four acres the Treasurer of the 
said Monastery or the Supervisor of the said Manor called Rycardes Hall 
shall pay yearly to the Manor of Pakenham Hall threepence at the two 
terms of the year, Easter and Michaelmas, in equal portions. The two 
parts of this Indenture sealed by the parties respectively in the Chapter 
House of Bury on the i st of June in the 17 th year of King Edward the 
Fourth after the Conquest. 

2nd Henry VII. (i486). 

Robert Clerke, Richard Abell, and John Pecok of Pakenham, give 
to Henry Cage of Pakenham, Robert Cage, John Hert, W illiam Crysten 
of Grymston, Thomas Holdder, William Pryour, Walter Pecok, John 
Clerke, junior, John Heme, Benedict Fordham, Thomas Fysshe and 
William Sergeaunt of the same, their heirs and assigns, a pyghtle called 
Teyntouryerd, formerly parcel of the Manor of Rychards Hall with a 
certain house built thereon called a "cherchhous sive a Gilde Halle" (as 
in No. III.) And they guarantee it to the aforesaid Henry, Robert, 
John, William, Thomas, William, Walter, John, John, Benedict, Thomas 
and William, their heirs and assigns, against all people. Witnesses: — 
John Barnard, John Fyssh, William Hert, John Pryour, Robert Gam- 
bown, John Baron, William Heme and others. Pakenham, 10 Dec: 2 d 
Hen. VII. 

3rd Henry VII. (1488). 

Robert Clerke and John Fysch of Pakenham give to William Gylle, 
John Herte, William Crysten, senior, and William Crysten, junior, of 
the same. Two acres of arable lying in Stalmerfeld between the land of 
William Crysten on the west, Robert Clerke on the east, abutting on a 
pitle of William Gylle on the north, and on the land of the said Robert 
on the south, their heirs and assigns. And Robert Clerke guarantees 
William Clerk against all people Witnesses: — William Crysten, Richard 
Wymbyl, Roger Calabyr and others. Dated at Pakenham 15 May, 3 d 
Henry VII. since the Conquest of England. 



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7th Henry VII. (1492). 

I, Thomas Smyth of Walsham, give to Robert Cage of Pakenham, 
Katherine his wife, John Nunne of Drenxton, and John Hoo of 
Hetesett, their heirs and assigns, one half acre of mowable meadow lying 
in the meadow of Langham, next the meadow of Ixworth Priory on the 
south, and the meadow of the heirs of John Badwell on the north, one 
head abutting on the water course to the east, the other head abutting 
on the land late of John Carpenter called Canownnyshyll to the west, 
which aforesaid half acre I lately held conjointly with John Glovere of 
Stanton. Know ye also that I have appointed my beloved in Christ, 
John Hawys, junior, to deliver seisin &c. Dated at Langham 12 April 
in the 7 th of Henry VII. since the Conquest. Sealed with a capital R. 
Witnesses: — Bartholomew Wymbyll, John Wymbyll, John Shukford, 
William Hawys, Robert Cook and others. 

8th Henry VII. (1492). 

William Aubry and John Wade of Wolpet demise to John Goodson, 
Vicar of Pakenham, Robert Copenger of Wolpet, and Henry Cage of 
Pakenham, a piece of land estimated at half-an-acre, more or less, lying 
in the town of Wolpet in the field called Droveweye, between the land 
of the said John Goodson on the east, and the land late of Henry 
Creme on the west, abutting on the land of Richard Numan on the 
south, and of divers men on the north, which piece of land we held of 
the gift of Edward Seman, as more fully appears by a document from 
him to us [no such document is to be fauna]. Witnesses : — John Bawde, 
James Lane, Richard Numan, and others. Sealed at Wolpet the 
penultimate day of September in the 8 th year of Henry the Seventh since 
the Conquest of England. 

Indenture, 21st Henry VII. (1505). 

William Clerke, Richard Petyte, John Fyston, and William Fysh of 
Pakenham demise to Thomas Rose, sen., William Rose, Robert 
Sergeaunt, Robert Note, and George Ferwe of Thurston, three pieces of 
land lying diversely in the town and fields of Thurston. The first, 
estimated at one acre, lies in the field called Langlond, between the 
land late of John Roshebrok on the south, and that late of Thomas 
Becon on the north, abutting east on Medewewey, and west on 
Litilbussheweye. The second, estimated at three acres, lies in the same 
fields between the land of the aforesaid John Rosshebrok on the south, 
and that late of Edward Rose, now of John Bacon, on the north, 
abutting as the former piece. The third piece, estimated at seven 
roods, lies in the same field between the lands late of Edward Rose, 
now of John Bacon, on the south, and that of Nicholas Sergeaunt on 
the north, abutting as the former. These among other lands and 
tenements we held jointly with Robert Cage, now deceased, of the 
demise of George Tysoo, Chaplain, as appears more fully by a document 
dated the Octave of the Assumption in the eleventh year of Henry the 
Seventh since the Conquest of England [no stick document is known]. 



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The aforesaid Thomas Rose, William Rose, Robert Sergeaunt, Robert 
Note, and George Fenve, their heirs and assigns, rendering to us our 
heirs and assigns three pence yearly at Michaelmas. And if it fall out 
that the said three pence of rent should be in arrear and not paid in any 
year at the said feast, in part or in whole, it shall be lawful to us, our 
heirs and assigns, to enter and distrain, and to take, remove, and retain the 
distresses till satisfaction is made with full arrearages. The one part of 
this indenture, sealed by us, to be retained by the aforesaid Thomas, 
William, Robert, Robert, and George, the other part, sealed by the 
above, to be retained by us. Witnesses : — Robert Rery, Vicar, George 
Tysoo, Chaplain, John Fenve, George Rosshebrok, Thomas Becon, and 
others. Dated at Thurston 5 October, 8 th of Henry VII., since the 
Conquest of England. 

Fottr Seals, on one of which is a lion rampant. 

Copy of Court Roll, Stanton Hall, 
3rd Henry VIII. (isf|). 

John Perkyn, deceased, left to his wife, Margaret Perkyn, for life, 
and after her death to his executors, John Gryffyn and Robert Scott, one 
acre and half-a-rood of land lying between lands belonging to the town 
of Pakenham on the west, and abutting on Greystok Mille weye towards 
the south, which acre and half-rood they surrendered to the use of John 
Cage [John Cage was Vicar of Pakenham from ijoi till his death in 
1548] and Robert Stokes, who are to pay yearly to the lord at the usual 
terms, twopence, one half-penny, one farthing, and one half-farthing. 

5th Henry VIII. (1514). 

John Cage, son and heir of Katerine Cage, gives to John Hawys of 
Westrete in Walsham one acre and a-half of meadow lying in the 
meadow of Langham, next the meadow of Ixworth Priory on the south, 
and that of Richard Poley on the north, abutting on the water course 
towards the east, and on the land of John Carpenter, called Cannownys- 
hell towards the west. This land came to him as heir of his mother the 
last feoffee, who had held it jointly with Robert Cage her husband, John 
Nunne of Drenxton, and John Hoo of Hesett of the gift, Thomas Smyth 
of Walsham, as more fully &c. [no such document appears\ Sealed at 
Langham 10 March, 5th Henry VIII., since the Conquest of England. 
Witnesses (endorsed): — John [blank in orig.\ John Rocheman, John 
Fullere, William Grymesby, and many others. 

6th Henry VIII. (1515) 

John Cage, son and heir of Katherine Cage, of Pakenham gives to 
Richard Cobdock and William Clerk, executors of Robert Cobdok, a 
close called Stalmer in the town and in the field of Pakenham called 
Grymstonfelde. And it is enclosed with hedges and ditches containing 
two acres. It lies between the lands of the manor of Pemannys on the 
south, and the land of William Fyston on the north. One head abuts 
on the land of the said town of Pakenham towards the west, and the 

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other on the lands of divers men towards the east. Which close 
descended to me as heir to Katherine Cage my mother, the sole and 
last feoffee. She held, among other lands jointly with her husband, 
Robert Cage, Richard Reynghold of Wulfpett, and Robert Hoo of 
Hesett, on the demise of Robert Cage of Ratelysden, Henry Cage of 
Pakenham, Thomas Cage of Berdewell, and John Rossehebrok of 
Thurston, as more plainly &c. to the uses of the last will of Robert 
Cobdok, lately deceased. Sealed and dated at Pakenham 15 January, 
6th of Henry VIII., since the Conquest of England. Endorsed, In the 
presence of John Cage, John Lyster, Ralph Wylton, and others. 

Indenture, 6th Henry VIII. (1515). 

Richard Cobdok and William Clerk, Executors of Robert Cobdok, 
demise and by this indenture confirm to John Cage, his heirs, &c, one 
penny of yearly rent for a close called Stalmer ( as in previous deed), and 
if that penny be in arrear partly or wholly at the feast of St. Michael the 
Archangel it shall be lawful for the said John Cage, his heirs, &c, to 
distrain and to lead, drive, carry, and detain, and freely to dispose of the 
distraints, until &c. Richard Cobdok and William Clerk seal the part 
which John Cage is to keep, and vice versa. Dated at Pakenham 15 
January, 6th Henry VIII., since the Conquest of England. 

A seal with a device resembling a ladder with two rungs. 

6th Henry VIII. (1514). 

John Hawys of Westrete in Walsham demises to John Cage of 
Pakenham, John Skott of Walsham, and Thomas Reynberd of the 
same, half an acre of meadow in the meadow of Langham next the 
meadow of the Prior and Convent of Ixworth on the south, and the 
meadow of Richard Poley on the north; one head abuts on the water- 
course towards the east, the other on the land late of John Carpenter 
called Canownyshyll towards the west, which half-acre he had of the gift 
&c. of John Cage aforesaid, as appears &c. Dated at Langham 10 March 
5th of Henry VIII., since the Conquest of England, to have &c. to the 
aforesaid John Cage, John Skott, and Robert Reynberd, their heirs &c. 
to the use of the aforesaid John Cage, his heirs &c. Dated at Langham 
1 May, 6th Henry VIII., since the Conquest of England. Endorsed. 
Witnesses :— John Cotysins, John Rycheman, John Fullere, William 
Grymesby, and others. 

Seal with a device, probably a merchant's mark. 

7th Henry VIII. (1516). 

Richard Abell of Thurston, Benedict Fordham of Pakenham, John 
Bullok, John Lyenge, and John Abell of Thurston, give to Robert Sowter 
of Thurston, Richard Cobdok of Pakenham, Thomas Soper, Thomas 
Gambovvn, and John Lauerawns, four and a-half acres of arable, lying 
in two pieces in the town and fields of Pakenham. Whereof the first 
contains four acres in the field called Stonhyll between the land of John 
Lauerawns on the east, and of Thomas Sprynge on the west. One head 
abuts on the land of Thomas Sprynge and of John Lester towards the 

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south, and the other head upon the way called "Ton wey" towards the 
north. The second piece contains half an acre and lies in the same field 
between the lands of the manor of the Convent of Saint Edmund on the 
east, and the land of the said John Lauerawns on the west. One head 
abuts on the land of the said John Lyster towards the south, and the 
other on the aforesaid way towards the north. Which two pieces of 
land among other lands and tenements we held of the demise of William 
Clerk, as appears by a document dated at Pakenham 5 January, 7 th 
Henry VIII. (1515). To have and to hold &c. to the aforesaid &c. 
Dated at Pakenham 5 April, 7 th Henry VIII. (1516). Witnesses: — 
John Cage, Vicar, William Clerk, Richard Wimbbyll, John Hunt, John 
Botown, and others. 

8th Henry VIII. (1516). 

Know all men that I, Richard Abell of Thurston, have demised &c. 
to Robert Stokes of Pakenham, his heirs Sec, all my right and claim, 
which I ever had or shall have, in two pieces of arable, containing four 
acres and a-half in the town and field of Pakenham. So that neither I, 
nor my heirs &c, should assert any right or claim in the aforesaid two 
pieces lying in the aforesaid town, and in the field called Stonhyll, or 
any parcel thereof. Guarantee to Robert Stokys [sic] against all people. 
Dated at Pakenham 13 May, 8 th Henry VIII. 

12th Henry VIII. (1521). 

John Barown of Pakenham demises to Edward Smyth, William 
Clerk, Thomas Cage, John Lystere, John Boxe, Robert Stokys, Thomas 
Broke, Thomas Crysten, Ralph Wylton, William Fyston, Robert Sygo, 
Thomas Fordham, Robert Serjawnt, and John Serjawnt of Pakenham, 
two acres of arable lying in the town of Pakenham in the field called 
Stalmerfeld, between the land late of William Crysten on the west, and 
the land late of Robert Clerk on the east. It abuts towards the north 
on a pightle late William Gylle, and towards the south on the land of 
the said Robert Clerk. Which two acres we formerly held with John 
Goodsone, some time Vicar, Henry Cage, John Roschebrok, Robert 
Cage, William Hert, Richard Abell, Roger Calabyr, John Fyston, 
William Crysten of Grymston, William Serjawnt, John Roos, William 
fysch, and Ralph Fysch, them lately deceased, of the demise of John 
Hert, William Crysten, as by a document of the penultiman day of 
March in the 8 th year of Henry VIII. since the Conquest of England 
more plainly appears. To have and to hold &c. Sealed and dated at 
Pakenham 29 th January, 12 th Henry VIII. since the Conquest of 
England (1519). Witnesses: — John Cage, Vicar, William Dencrosse, 
John Pecok, Henry Brook, John Halle, Robert Box, and others. 

21st Henry VIII. (1529). 

William Clerk, junior, of Pakynham, John Nell, and John Botown 
demise to Edward Smyth of Pakynham, yoman, Thomas Cage, Thomas 
Cristyn, John Lawrens, alias John Smyth, John Baron, senior, Robert 
Sargaunt, John Sargaunt, Robert Sigo, John Boxe, Thomas Gambon, 

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Richard Cobdok, John Lister, weaver, and Thomas Lister, weaver, of 
the same, two pieces of land lying separately in the town and fields of 
Pakynham, whereof one piece is estimated at one acre, and lies between 
the land of Bury Abbey in the occupation of me the aforesaid William 
Clerk on the west, and the land of me the said John Nell on the east, 
and it abuts towards the south on a way called Bery wey, aud towards 
the north on the land of the said Convent. And the other piece lies in 
the field called Akedale, between the lands of John Baron on both sides, 
and it abuts towards the east on the land of the same, and towards the 
west on the land of the vicar of Pakynham, which two pieces, among 
others, we held along with Isabella Wymbill, late of Pakynham, widow, 
now deceased, of the demise of William Clerk, senior, of Bury S l 
Edmunds, Ben Clerk of Stowlangtoft, John Lister of Pakynham, and 
the said Richard Cobdok, as is more fully contained in a feoffment 
made by us, and dated at Pakynham on the 8th May in the 18th year of 
Henry VIII. To have and to hold &c. Sealed and dated at Pakyn- 
ham 13 July, 21 st Henry VIII. First endorsement (cancelled) : — 
In the presence of John Cage, Vicar, William Fyston, Thomas Syer, 
Edward Tomys, and others ; 14 September, year and place within 
written. Second endorsement : — In the presence of William Calabyr, 
John Calabyr, Henry Brook, Simund Cage, Thomas Wylton, and others; 
14 September, year and place within written. 



21st Henry VIII. (1529). 

Richard Cobdok and William Clerk, executors of Robert Cobdok 
late of Pakynham, give to Edward Smyth, yoman, Thomas Cage, 
Thomas Crystyn, John Lawrens, alias John Smyth, John Baron, senior, 
Robert Sergant, John Sergant, Christopher(P) Sligo, John Boxe, Thomas 
Gambon, John Hert, John Lister, senior, and Thomas Lister, wever, all 
of Pakynham, a close called Stalmere, and a piece of meadow lying in 
towns and fields of Pakynham aforesaid, and of Langham in the county 
of Suffolk. Which close contains two acres, and is enclosed with 
hedges and ditches, and lies in Grymstonfeld, between the land of 
Bemannys Manor on the south, and the land of William Fyston on the 
north, abutting towards the east on the lands of divers men, and towards 
the west on that of the said town of Pakynham. And the aforesaid 
piece of meadow is estimated at half an acre, and lies in the meadow of 
the said town of Langham next that of Ixworth Priory on the south, and 
of Robert Poleye on the north, abutting towards the east on the water- 
course, and towards the west on the land of John Carpenter, called 
Canownyshill. Which close and meadow we held of the gift of John 
Cage, late of Pakynham, son and heir of Katerine Cage, John Skott of 
Walsham and Thomas Reynberd of the same, as in two documents 
&c, dated, Pakynham and Langham, the 15 th and the 16 th January, 6 th 
Henry VIII., to the service, use, and profit of the town of Pakynham 
for ever. Dated at Pakyhham 13 th July, 21 th Henry VIII. T. Clerk 
(with a paraphe like a pair of scissors). State and Seisin delivered 14 
September same year. Witnesses : — John Cage, Vicar, William Fyston, 
Thomas Syer, Edward Tomys, and others. 

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21st Henry VIII. (1529). 

Thomas Cage, John Lyster, Thomas Fordham, and Robert Sargant 
demise to Edward Smyth, yoman, Thomas Cristyn, John Lawrens alias 
John Smyth, John Baron, senior, John Sargant, Robert Sigo, John 
Boxe, Thomas Gambon, Richard Cobdok, and Thomas Lister, wever, 
all of Pakynham, a piece of land containing four acres lying in the field 
called Hardale of Pakynham, between the lands of Bury Monastery on 
either part, and abutting eastward on a path called Malguysmere, and 
westward on a way called Thetfordwey, which piece of land is estimated 
at four acres, more or less, and which we held conjointly with Robert 
Stokys late of Pakynham, now deceased, of the gift of Nicholas Abell 
late of Thurston, Benedict Fordham late of Pakenham, John Bullok, 
John Lynge, and John Abell late of Thurston, as contained in document 
made by us, dated at Pakynham 27 April, 18 th Henry VIII., for service 
use, and profit of the town of Pakynham according to the tenor of the 
will of the above-named Robert Stokes. Dated at Pakynham 13 July, 
21 st Henry VIII. T. Clerk (paraphe as before). State and Seisin 
delivered 14 September, same year and place. Witnesses : — William 
Calabyr, John Calabyr, Henry Brook, William Brook, Symond Cage, 
Thomas Wylton, and others. 

Extracts from copy of copy of Robert Stokes' W 'ill, made 26 
March 1525 in Town Estate Trustees' box: — 

" Item : I give & bequeath to y e Church & to y e Town of Pakenham 
a Close of 4 acres Inclosed lying at Stonhill and 4 acres at Hardale, 
& an half acre at Stonhill to that intent to keep mine Obitday yearly 
during for ever under this Form. That is to say 4 d to y e Clerk to say 
Dirige, 4 lt to y e Ringers and 4 d to Poor Folk. And y e residue of y e 
profit of y e said Land to be used to y e profit of y e said Church of 
Pakenham." By a subsequent provision he leaves on certain contin- 
gencies half of " the tenement that I died in " to the Church of 
Pakenham. Witnesses: — -John Cage, Vicar, John Lester, John Cob- 
dock, with others. 

This will contains the only trace of so-called " superstitious uses," 
and probably escaped the spoilers' hands owing to its smallness, or to 
its being included in the feoffment of 1538. 

21st Henry VIII. (1529). 

Thomas Cage, John Lister, and Thomas Fordham demise to 
Edmund Smyth, yoman, Thomas Cristyn, John Lawrens alias John 
Smyth, John Baron, senior, Robert Sargant, John Sargant, Robert 
Sigo, John Boxe, Thomas Gambon, Richard Cobdok, and Thomas 
Lister, all of Pakynham, two pieces of land in the town and fields of 
Pakynham, whereof one piece, estimated at four acres, lies in the field 
called Stonhill, between the lands of the said John Lawrens on the east, 
and the lands of Thomas Sprynge on the west, abutting southward on 
the land of the same Thomas Sprynge, and the land of me the said John 
Lister, and northward on the way called " Le Town Wey." And the 
other piece is estimated at half an acre, and lies in the same field 
between the land of the manor of Bury Abbey on the east, and the land 

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of me the said John Lawrens on the west, abutting southward on the 
land of me the said John Lister and northward on the said way called 
" Le Ton Weye." Which two pieces of land we held conjointly with 
Robert Stokes late of Pakynham, and Ralph Wilton, now deceased, of 
the gift of Robert Sowter late of Thurston, Nicholas Cobdok, Thomas 
Soper, Thomas Gambon, and John Lawrens, as more fully &c, dated at 
Pakenham 13 May, 8th Henry VIII. To have and to hold &c. to the 
service, use, and profit of the town of Pakynham according to the tenour 
of the Will of Robert Stokes. Dated 13 July, 21st Henry VIII. 
T. Clerk (paraphe as before). Endorsed : State and Seisin delivered in 
the presence of William Calabyr, John Calabyr, Henry Brook, Simond 
Cage, Thomas Wylton, and others, 14 September, same year and place. 

Fragment of seal, with a rude represefitation of a bird-cage. 

28th Henry VIII. (1537). 

Edmund Smyth, Thomas Cage, Thomas Crysten, John Lauerans 
alias John Smyth, John Barown, senior, Robert Serjawnt, John Serjawnt, 
Robert Sygo, Richard Cobdok, and Thomas Lister, sengilman, all of 
Pakenham, give to John Lister of Pakenham aforesaid, wever, two 
pieces of land lying diversely in the town and fields of Pakenham, of 
which one piece is estimated at one acre, and lies between the land of 
Bury Abbey lately in the occupation of William Clerk on the west, and 
the land of John Neel on the east, abutting southward on the way 
called " Bury weye," and northward on the land of the said Abbey. 
The second piece of land is estimated at one acre, and lies in the same 
parish in the field called Akedale, between the lands of John Barown on 
either part, and abutting eastward on the land of the said John Barown, 
and westward on the land of the Vicarage of Pakenham, which two 
pieces we lately held conjointly with John Box and Thomas Gambovvn 
lately deceased, of the demise of William Clerk, junior, John Neel, and 
John Botown of Pakenham as is more fully contained &c, dated 13 
July, 21st Henry VIII. Moreover the aforesaid John Lester acquired 
the said two pieces for a certain sum of money of the aforesaid Edmund 
Smyth, Thomas Cage, and the rest above written in the name of the 
town of Pakenham. To have and to hold &c. ' Dated at Pakenham 
9 April, 28 th Henry VIII., after the Conquest of England. Endorsed : 
State and Seisin delivered the day and place within written in the 
presence of John Cage, Ralph Mas . all, Robert Bele, Richard Feryars, 
John Guma . ., and others: 

20th September, 16th Charles I. 

Indenture written on bad parchment with worse ink, but, so far as 
can be made out, to the same uses as by Feoffment of 1538 (page 68). 

20th January 1651 (o.s.). 

Indenture made the fower & twentie day of January in the yeare of 
our Lord god according to the computation of the Church of England 
one thousand six hundred fifty and one Between Edmund Humphry 

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the elder of Pakenham gen and John Cooke of great Homingsherth 
gen sonne and heire of John Cooke late of Pakenham gen, deceased 
of the one part, and Sir William Spring Barronett, Henry Bright gen, 
William Bright sonne of the sayd Henry Bright, Zachary Catlvne 
clarke, Richard Cooke gen, William Cooke his sonne, Roger Cooke 
gen, John Cooke, Richard Cooke, Ralfe Cooke sonnes of the sayd 
Roger Cooke, Edmund Humfry sonne of the sayd Edmund Humfry 
the elder, John Clarke, Richard Clarke sonne of the sayd John Clarke, 
Clement Gilly, John Towler the elder, John Towler sonne of the sayd 
John Towler, Xtopher Towler, William Towler sonne of the sayd 
Xtopher, Rob 1 Blumfeild the elder, Rob 1 Blumfeild sonne of the sayd 
Rob 1 Blumfeild, Nathaniell Jorden, William Parker, Henry Stegell, 
William Best, Rob 1 Pettit, Edmond Blumfeild John Sculford, & John 
Brooke, Inhabitants and owners of land, or Heires of d° in Pakenham 
of thother p te Whereas S r Robert Gardenar late of Pakenham 
Knight bequeathed Forty Pounds to be laid out in land towards the 
releife &: mayntenance of the poore people of Pakenham for ever And 
Whereas certaine of the inhabitants of Pakenham had received of 
John Webb Esq, Executor, the s d fortypounds, & with it bought of 
John Hasell late of Watsfeild, yeoman, cc John Burlingham late of 
Wattesfeild afores d , yeoman, All that Closse of pasture called Goore's, 
containing by estimacion Six Acres, more or less, in Stanton, between 
the lands late of S r Thomas Jermyn Kn 1 , & now of the younger sonnes 
of S r Arthur Cordell Kn' & Barron 1 deceased in p te , & the lands of the 
Manor of Northall in p te on the South p te , cc a Conion way leading from 
Stanton to Wattsfeild afores d on the North p ,e and abutting on the 
same highway towards the East, together with &c And conveyed the 
same to S r William Spring of Pakenham, Kn", John Cooke the elder of 
the same towne gen the aforesayd Edmund Humfry & John Cooke, 
Peter Sergeant, & William Prior by Indenture of March 13 in the 21 st 
year of James, King of England And Whereas the s d Sir WiHm 
Spring, i\:c. are all dead, so that Edmund Humfry & John Cooke do 
only survive Now to the Intent that the guift of Sir Rob 1 Gar- 
dener may be continued Witnesseth this Indenture that the sayd 
Edmund Humfry & John Cooke Have bargained, sold Sec unto the 
sayd S r William Springe, Henry Bright, William Bright, Zachary Catlyn, 
Richard Cooke, William Cooke, Roger Cooke, John Cooke, Richard 
Cooke, Ralfe Cooke, Edmund Humfry the sonne, John Clarke, Richard 
Clarke, Clement Gilly, Tohn Towler the elder, lohn Towler his sonne, 
Xtopher Towler, Will'" towler, Rob' Blumfeild thelder, Rob' Blumfeild 
his sonne, Nathaniell Jorden, Will 1 " Parker, Henry Stegell, Will'" Best, 
Rob' Pettit, Edmund Blumfeild. John Scullford, and John Brooke 
their heires & assigns All the a l ores' 1 closse &c. To have and to 
hold the sayd closse &c. Upon this trust &C. that the rents &c 
be disposed of for & towards the releife of the poore people of Paken- 
ham in such manner as the Churchwardens & Overseers, or the greater 
number of them shall think litt And upon further trust that when the 
above feoffees are by death or departure reduced to two, those two shall 
upon the reasonable request, and costs and charges of the then in- 
habitants s Landholders in the s d pish shall convey &c. to such a 
competent number of inhabitants & owners as shall be thought fitt to 
such intents eVc. And the sayd Edmund Humfry &C. do them the 



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sayd S r William Springe &c. Edmund Blomefield &c. warrant & 
defend for ever And the sayd John Cooke &c. do them the sayd 
S r William Springe &c. Rob 1 Blumefeild Edmond Blomefeild &c. 
warrant & defend for ever. In witness whereof &c. 

Edmund Humphrey. John Cooke. 

Sea/. Seal gone. 

17 December, 9th William III. (1697) 

Indenture made 17 December, 9 th of William III. (1697), between 
William Towler, Knacker, of the one parte And Hamond Lestrange the 
elder Esq, Hamond Lestrange the younger, gent, John Cooke gent, 
John Towler the elder, John Towler the younger, Nathaniell Jurden, 
Joseph Sparke, John Manistree, John Sculthorpe, Ralph Lloyd, Henry 
Sharpe the younger, George Codd, Abraham Jurden and John Spensley 
of the other p te Witnesseth that the s d William Towler for the sum 
of five shillings paid by the s d Hamond Lestrange &c. hath granted to 
&c. all and singuler the &c. in Pakenham, Stanton, Badwell Ash, 
Elmeswell, Woolpit and Thurston, or elsewhere, lately had to them 
& their heirs of William Towler, late of Ixworth, Knacker, and Phillip 
Palfrey of the same town, yeoman, both since dead, &c. To Have 
& to Hold &c. to be paid and laid out towards [some words perished] 
Tenths & Fifteenths And other Taxes hereafter to be imposed in and 
upon the Town of Pakenham afores d [some words perished] and all 
other Charges of the same Town for ever The ancient rents & 
services &c. 

(Signed) Wile: Towler. 
Seal ( a bust in profile ). 

Schedule attached of all messuages, &c. intended to be conveyed by 
the above Indenture : — ■ 

Pakenham. 

One Messuage now devided into severall dwellings for the poore 
called Guildhall now or late in the severall occupations of John Crisp, 
the widd w Vintcent And the widd w Sego the widd w Copin with the 
yarde adjoyning sometimes called Taynter row yard or pitle sometime 
parcel of the Man r of Richard's Hall in pakenham contayning in length 
on the south p te sixteen roods And in length on the North p te Eleven 
roods And in breadth towards the East head four roods and two foot 
And in breadth towards the west head nine roods four foot. One 
shope outhouse or storehouse Abutting upon Bridg street in pakenham 
towards the North And sideth upon the Messuages & Tenem ts of Henry 
Sharp as well east as west in the occupation of John Brooke. Half An 
acre of arrable land lying in Norman's Close the East head abbutteth 
upon A close called Green Coake and sideth upon the lands of Henry 
Sharp towards the South And the Lands of M r John Spensley within- 
named towards the North in the occupation of Nathaniell Jordan Jrf 



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Two Acres of arrable land lying in little Brome the East head abutteth 
upon the Lands of S r Thomas Spring lord of the Mann r and sideth 
upon the lands of S r Tho s Spring on the North, and the same of M r 
Spensley on the south p te Two peices of Arrable land adjoyning the 
North head abutteth upon Tunnway and sideth upon the Lands of the 
L d of the Mann r towards the west And the lands of M r Spensley 
towards the East in the occupaton of Nathanniell Jurden Halfe an 
Acre of land called S< Edmonds headlong abutteth upon Tunnway 
towards the South and sideth upon the gleab land belonging to the 
vicarage of Pakenham towards the West and divers men towards the 
East now or late in the occupation of Nathaniell Jordan One pasture 
Close contayning four acres called Taylors Close abutteth upon Tunn- 
way towards the North in a feild called Edgfeild in the occupaton of 
Hamond Lestrang Esq One Acre of arable land at Gayford Hill 
abutteth upon Brandon way towards the West and sideth upon the 
land of John Towler toward the South and the Lands of Henry Sharp 
towards the North in the occupaton of Nathaniell Jordan Jri One 
peice more theire conteyning four Acrces the West head abutteth upon 
Brandon way and sideth upon the lands of Thomas Bright Esq on the 
South and the lands of S r Thomas Spring on the North and Maulings 
Mere towards the East in the occupaton of Nathan 11 Jordan One 
three roods of Land more theire Abutteth upon Maulings path towards 
the East and sideth upon the Lands of S r Thomas Spring towards 
the South And the Lands of John Jaskin towards the North. One 
acre of arrable land in highfeild the East head abutteth upon the 
great road called Bury way leading from Ixworth to Bury And sideth 
upon John Jaskin towards the North And sideth upon the Lands of the 
Widd w Tomson towards the South in the occupaton of Nathaniell 
Jordan Jur? One peice contayning three roods lying in preists 
meadow abutteth upon the River towards the North And Sideth 
upon the lands of Henry Sharp towards the West and the lands of 
John Jaskin towards the West. One close of pasture contayning 
three roods the East head abutteth the land of S r Thomas Spring 
And sideth upon Stow Lane towards the South in the occupaton of 
Nathaniell Jordan One other peice of arrable land lying at a place 
called windhill conteyning four Acres the East head abutteth upon the 
Lands of Malkins-hall And upon the Lands of Malkins-hall afores d 
towards the South And the Lands of Malkins-hall in part And the 
lands of Abraham Jordan in parte towards the North in the occupaton 
of William Evett One Acrce of Arrable Land lying inclosed the 
Last head abutteth upon the Lands of Ann Lany widd w called Reeves 
and sideth upon the Lands of the s d Ann Lany towards the North 
and the Lands of S r Simond Dewes towards the South in the occupaton 
of William Evett. One close conteyning Two Acres more or less 
in a place called Backfeild the South head abutteth upon the Town 
land of Pakenham and sideth upon the Lands of the s d M" Lany 
towards the East and the lands of Edmond Baxter called Stamers 
towards the West in the occupaton of Rob 1 Barrett One other close 
conteyning Two Acres the South head abutteth upon the Town land of 
pakenham towards the South and sideth upon the Lands of John 
Clarke towards the West the North head abutteth upon the Lands 
of John Clarke in the occupaton of Edward Hatfield Alias Mayor 



One piece of Arrable land lying in Backfeild conteyning five acres 
the South head abutteth upon the Land of John Clarke and the North 
head abutteth upon the Lands of Edmond Baxter and sideth upon the 
lands of Hamond Le Strange Esq towards the East in the occupation of 
Rob* Barrett. 

Badwell Ash. 

One piece of Meadow conteyning one Acre lying in the Lamos 
Meadow the North head abutteth upon the River And sideth towards 
the East upon the Lands of William [plank'] Esq and upon the West 
one the Lands of William May in the occupation of John Gilfird. 

Langham. 

One piece of Meadow conteyning halfe an Acre abutteth upon the 
River afores d towards the South and sideth upon John Rainbird 
towards the East And the Lands of M r William Syer towards the West 
in the occupation of John Gilfird. 

Stanton. 

One Close called Goores conteyning Six Acres more or less the 
North side lyeth upon the way leading from Stanton to Wattisfeild the 
East head abutteth upon the same way and sideth upon the Lands 
of M r Caple towards the South in the occupation of Giles Rust One 
other Close conteyning two Acres and three roodes the South head 
abutteth upon Hawthorpe way and sideth upon the lands of M r Caple 
towards the East the North head abutteth upon Hoggs wood in the 
occupation of Giles Rust One other Close conteyning one acre and 
halfe A roode abutteth upon Hawthorpe towards the South and sideth 
upon pakenham Close towards the East And sideth upon M r Caple 
towards the West and abutteth upon Hoggswood towards the North in 
the occupation of Giles Rust. 

Thurston. 

One Close conteyning one Acre the West head abutteth upon 
Meadowway And sideth upon the Lands of Roger Kerington Esq 
towards the South and sideth upon the Lands of Rob' Cheenery 
towards the North in the occupation of George Blackborne One 
other Close conteyning five Acres sideth upon Stocknow Green towards 
the North and abutteth upon the Land of George Blackborne towards 
the West & sideth upon the Land of M r Blackborne And M r Gibb in 
p te towards the South in the occupaton of George Blackborne. 

Elmeswell. 

One meadow called pakenham meadow the East head abutteth 
upon the Lane leading from Elmeswell Church towards Woolpitt upon 
Newbridge Alias Nunsbridge and sideth upon the Land of M r Houghton 
towards the South And the Lands of the Widd w Magar towards the 
North in the occupaton of Thomas Osbourn. 

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Endorsed : State and seisin, &c, John Brownsmith Vic, Nathaniel 
Mathew. Sealed and delivered, being, &c, John Wright, Sutton Jo: 
Cony. Wittm Towler, Hamon L'Estrange Esq and o re , Feoffm 1 of 
Pakenham. — Pakenham Feoffm 1 1697. 

20 June 1741. 

Hamon L'Estrange of Bury S 4 Edmunds Esq and Henry Sharpe of 
Ixworth, Woolcomber (surviving feoffees), hand on the estate, but with 
the shope or outhouse, " wasted," to Thomas Matthew of Pakenham 
Yeoman, of the second part and William Hollingworth Esq, William 
Hollingworth his son, Rev. James Challis, Vicar, Rev. Harvey Aspin, 
Rev. Benjamin Lany, Edmund Manistre, Robert Manistre his son, 
William Lord, and Nathaniel Lord his son, John Barker, Edmund 
Copping, Clothier, and Thomas Copping his son, Nathaniel Gilson the 
younger, William Doe, and Samuel Lusher. Upon trust (reasonable 
reparations deducted) " First to and for the reparations of the Church 
of the said Parish of Pakenham, next for and towards other Common 
Town Charges of the said Parish and the residue for and towards the 
maintenance of the poore of the said Parish." Roger Boldero of 
Ixworth Gent is appointed Attorney. 

Hamon L'Estrange. Henry Sharpe. 

Seal. Seal. 

(A Blackamoor's head in profile in both cases). 

Endorsed : Hamon L'Estrange & o rs , Captain Hollingworth & o re , 
Feoffment of Pakenham Town Land. Sealed and delivered (being &c.) 
by Hamon L'Estrange. Witnesses: — Robert Wakefield, Geo: Boldero. 
Sealed and delivered (being &c.) by Henry Sharpe. Witnesses : — John 
Andrews, Geo: Boldero. State and seizin, day and year first written, 
had by Roger Boldero, and immediately delivered to Thomas Mathew. 
Witnesses :— Abra: Mathew, Geo: Boldero. 

51st George III., 1811. 

Indenture of four parts between William Manistre of Lainson, Essex, 
farmer, eldest son and heir of Robert Manistre, late of Cockfield, Suffolk, 
farmer, who was only son and heir of Edmund Manistre, late of Paken- 
ham, Suffolk, surviving feoffee of feoffment of 20 June 1741, of the first 
part, Gill Stedman of Pakenham, gentleman, of the second part, George, 
Lord Calthorpe, John Spring Casborne of Pakenham, clerk, Walter John 
Spring Casborne his son, John Foster, son of Gill Stedman, Robert 
Tannings, farmer, and Robert his son, Dennis Chandler, farmer, and 
Dennis his son, Robert Langham, butcher, and Robert his son, Edmund 
Jacob, farmer, and John his son, and William Carpenter Ray, Vicar of 
Pakenham, of the third part, William Golding, innholder, of the fourth 
part, reciting feoffment of 1 74 1 , and recording exchanges made in 
Pakenham under Enclosure Act of 42nd George III. (enrolled 12 
February 1805), William Manistre grants &c. to the said Lord Cal 
tliorpe iS:c. all the &c upon Trusts (reasonable repairs excepted), first 
for the reparations of the Church of Pakenham, next for the Common 
Town Charges, and the residue for the maintenance of the poor. 

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55 th George III. 

Hepworth Enclosure Act allots lands in Hepworth in exchange for 
lands in Stanton and Hepworth. 

58th George III. 

Walsham-le-Willows Enclosure Act allots lands in exchange for 
lands therein described. 

In 1820 1 acre 2 rods in Langham and Bad well Ash are exchanged 
for 2 acres 12 rods 6 perch in Hepworth adjoining the 20 acres already 
held there. 

The income was expended, as appears by the churchwardens' books, 
in repairs of the Church and other Common Town Charges, such as 
building a bridge, paying a schoolmaster, vaccinating children, paying 
for militia substitutes, and in allowing old people to live rent free in 
the Workhouse or Guildhall. The Parliamentary Charity Commis- 
sioners report that in 1822 a petition was presented to the Court of 
Chancery stating (very inaccurately as appears from the above) that the 
whole income had for some years past been applied towards the repairs 
of the church, and asking for a new scheme. This was ordered on the 
6th of April 1826, providing that the income of the lands, which were 
guessed at as being Stokes' gift, should go towards church repairs and 
the rest towards poor people belonging to the parish of Pakenham who 
did not receive parochial relief, such people to be selected by the 
trustees, or the major part of them, at their discretion. The Commis- 
sioners recommended that in view of the small number not in receipt of 
parish relief, such industrious and necessitous persons as these should 
first be relieved, next such as received only occasional parish relief, as 
the Trustees thought proper, the balance to be applied for the benefit of 
any other poor persons whom the Trustees should select, provided that 
it should not be done in lieu of parish relief. These recommendations 
were never adopted, and the charities were distributed under the order 
of 1826 until the year 1863, when a new scheme was sent down by the 
Charity Commissioners, joining the supposed Stokes' gift with the 
Town Estate again, and dividing the income into three equal parts, one 
for the church, one for education, and the third for selling coal or 
clothing at a cheap rate, or for a penny bank, or, in effect, for almost 
anything of like nature which the Trustees might think desirable. At 
the same time the requirements of belonging to the parish and of not 
receiving parish relief were removed. The Rev. Charles W. Jones, 
Vicar, Robert Stedman and G. W. Mathew, churchwardens, the Rev. 
Walter John Spring Casborne, clerk, the Rev. Charles Jones, clerk, 
late Vicar, James Jannings, farmer, and Frederic Gough, Lord 
Calthorpe, were constituted Trustees, the Vicar and Churchwardens to 
be Trustees ex officio, vacancies of the other Trusteeships to be filled by 
co-optation subject to approval by the Charity Commissioners. In 1884 
a fresh order was made, placing all the parish charities, viz : Cook's, 
Bright's, and the Poor's Estate or Poor's Firing, under the same 
management as the Town Estate and Stutter's Charity, i.e., the Vicar 
and Churchwardens being ex officio 1'rustees and the Rev. Prebendary 



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Harry Jones, Thomas Thornhill, Esq, M.P., Henry Outlaw, farmer, Alfred 
Peck, thatcher, and Dennis Burton, beershop keeper, being non-official 
trustees. Non-official vacancies to be filled up by the parishioners at a 
parish meeting. In 1897, in accordance with the Local Government 
Act 1894, the non-ecclesiastical charities were again separated from the 
Town Estate, which last remains as before. 



Pakenham Town Estate. 
Feoffment of 1538, 30 th Henry VIII. 

KNOW all men that be present and they that this 
Dede hereafter shall Rede or Here that we Edmund Smyth 
Thomas Crysten William Fysoon Thomas Cage Edward Parker Henry 
Petyt of Pakenam in the Countie of Suffolk yemen and John Lawrance 
alias Smyth wever Edward Broke carpenter John Lyster wever in the 
countie aforesaid at the Special Request and Instance as well of 
Edward Parker and Thomas Pecok Churche wardens of Pakenam 
aforeseyd as at the request & instance &. by the assent & consent of 
all the inhabytants & paryssheners of the seyd town off Pakenam 
Have Gyvyn and granted and by this oure present wrytyng have 
confirmyd to John Cage Clerke vycar off Pakenam aforeseid all our londys 
& tenements rentys services woods underwoods Hegges & Rowys wayes 
pathes and fedynges with all every & synguler ther appertaining Sette 
lying & beying in the towne & fyldys of Pakenam thurston langgam 
Hasshfeld parva wolpet elmeswell & stanton or elswhere within the 
countie of Suff which londys & tenements with the premisses have ben 
namyd & at this present bene towne londs of Pakenam aforseid of the 
whyche londs tenements & other the premisses We the aforseid 
Edmund Smyth Thomas Crysten william Fyston Thomas Cage Edward 
Parker & Henry Petit John Lawrence alias Smyth Edward Broke & 
John lyster at this present stond & ben sesid dystyncle & severally 
Symply & without ony condycion to us & to oure heires of the gyfte 
grante & confirmacyon of dyvers men whose namys Successively 
followyth Fyrst of a pece of medow conteyning halfe a Aker in the 
medow of langm nere the medow late suppressed Pryory of yxworth on 
the southe syde & y e medow of Robard Polye on y e northe y c est hed 
abuttyng on y e water cours & the west hed on the lond of John Car- 
penter the whyche halfe Aker with the appurtenances lying as afore is 
rehersid I the fore namyd Edmund lately had of the gyfte grante & 
confirmacion of Thomas Cage Thomas Crysten John Laurence John 
barnes the elder Robard Sergiant John Sergyant Rob' Sygo and 
Thomas Lyster as by there dede Datyd the x.wiij day of Apryll a° R: K : 
Henricy viij xxviij more playnly doth apere And of one other pece of 
medow extemyd for one Aker lying in litle Hasshefeld in the grete 
medow at Londherst other wysse cawlyd mykyl medow be tween the 
medow of y e late suppressed pryory of yxworth ageynst y e northe & y c 
medow of the manor of hasshefeld aforseyd ageynst the South the est 
abuttyng on the medow of dyvers men & y e west hed upon the comen 

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Ryver y e whyche aker of medow I the seid Edmund Smyth had of the 
gifte grants & confirmacyon of John lister willyam fiston Thomas 
Cristen John Cage Thomas Cage Thomas Broke William Calabor John 
Nelle Richard Cobdok Henricus Cobdok John barn & John Laurence 
as by ther dede datyd y e xxviij day of Apryll an R: R: henricj viij xx £i 
yjjjmo ye y er aforseid more playnli aperith And a pece of medow 
coteynyng one aker lying in the towne & fylds of wollpeth & Elmeswell 
And one pece of pasture conts iij Rods lying betwen wolpett & 
Drynkston Nordolleweye ageynst the Souths the one hed abuttyng 
upon the lond of Thomas hart y e whyche pece of medow & pasture 
with y e appurtenances I y e said John Smyth lately had of the gifte 
grant and confirmacyon off William Clerke Rob' Cage Thomas Soper 
William Calabor John barn & benet Boxxe as by ther ded datyd the 
xxvii off aprill an R: Rs Henryci viij xxviij playnlye aperith Also iiij 
pecs of lond y e fyrst cawlid Stallmere lond conteynyng by estimacyon 
iiij acres of lond betwen the lond late william Fysshe of the est & y e 
lond of y e aforeseid william Fyston on the west y e north hed abuttyng 
on the close of y e seid william fiston the second pece conts iij Rods 
lying betwen y e londys of y e seid Thomas Cristen on y e southe & y e fore 
acrs aforseid ageynst y e northe y e one head abuttith on the londs of the 
house of bury y e iij pece conte iij rods lying nere Fowle Slow between y e 
londs of y e seid House or monestery of bury of bothe part y e west hed 
abutteth on rychard Hall lond & y e est hed abutteth on y e lond late 
Roger Strange y e fort pece inclosid conts iij Rods lying in Pakenam 
aforseid nere fowle Slow wey y e est hed abutts on y e lond of Richard 
Haull y e whyche fower pecs with the appurtenances we y e forseid 
Thomas Cryston & william Fiston lately had to us & our heres of 
the gifte grant & confirmacyon of William Clerke Robard Cage 
Thomas lyster Thomas Sopor William Calabor John barn y e yonger 
benet Box as by ther ded datid at Pakanam y e xxvj day of April anno 
R: R: Henrici viij vl xxviij™ more playnli aperith And one close cawlid 
Stawllmere cont s ij acrs as with dyches & heggs it lythe inclosid lying in 
the feld of Pakenam cawlid grynston Fyld betwen the londs of y e 
maner of bemans of the southe & y e londs of william fyston ageynst 
y c north y e est hed abutting on y e londs of dyvers men y e whyche Close 
with y e appurtenances I y e seid William Fiston lateli to me & my 
heyers of y e gifte grant & confirmacyon of Edmund Smyth Thomas 
Cage Thomas Crysten John laurence John barn y e elder Rob 1 Sergyant 
John Sei giant Rob 1 Sygo John lyster & Thomas lyster as by ther Dede 
dattyd at Pakeman y e viij day of aprill anno R: R: Henricy viij vl xxviij vo 
planelyer aperith Also ij pecs of lond whereof y e fyrst lying in 
thurston conts by estymacyon fyve acrs of lond & lyght nere y e lond of 
y e monestery of bury & y e londs of John Drury in p' ageynst y e southe & 
y e comen way cawlyd Stokk(?) grene ageynst y e northe y e est hed 
abutting on y e londs of y e sayde monestery & y e west hed on y e lond of 
y e seid John Drury the other pece lyght in lower Stanston conts ij acr & 
iij rods nere the londs of sir Thomas Jermen knyght ageynst y e est & y e 
londs of John Spryng caulyd Rusall lond ageynst y e west y e north hed 
abutteth on Hoggswoode & y e lond of y e seid S r Thomas in parte & y e 
Southe head upon Hawshore waye y e whyche ij pecs of lond w l thapp- 
tenncs we y e forseid Thomas Cage & willia fyston lately had to us & our 
heyers of y e gyft grante & confirmac" of willia clerke y e sone of willyam 



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clerkc Rob 1 Cage y e son of Thomas Cage Thomas Lyster thomas Sopor 
John barn y e yonger & benet box as by ther dede datyd at thurston y e 
xxvj day of Apryll anno R: R: Henricy viij xxviij more playnely aperith 
And a pece of medow & lond y e medow lying in Pakenam conte 
iij Rods nere y e medow of y e monestery ageynst y e northe & y e medow 
of y e suppressed priori of yxwurthe ageynst y e southe y e est hed 
abuttyng on y e ryver & y e west hed on y e medow of jr* forseid monestery 
y e pece of lond conteynyth iij Rods lying in thurston aforseid nere 
y e lond of John prior ageynst y e northe y e west hed abutting on y e 
comen waye y e whyche ij pecs of medow & lond we y* forseid Thomas 
Cage & William Fyston lateli has to us & oure heres of the gyft grant & 
confirmacn of William Clerk Robard Cage Thomas lyster Thomas 
Soper Thorns [cancelled] John barn y e yonger Benet Box John Cage 
vicar of pakenam as by ther dede datyd y e xxvj day of Aprill anno 
Regni Regis Henrici viij xxviij more plainli apeiith And of ij pecs of 
lond wherof y e fyrst is extemyd for iiij akers lying in Stonyhill Feld 
betwen y e lond of y e seid John Lawrence of y e est & y e lond late 
Thomas Sprynge ageynst y e west y e sowthe hede abuttyng on y e lond 
of y e seid thomas Sprynge & y c lond of John Lyster y e northe hed 
abutting on y e towne weye y e ij pece extemyd for half acre lying in y e 
same feld betwen y e manor lond of y e monestery of bury ageynst y e est 
& y e lond of y e seid John Laurence ageynst y e west y* south hed 
abuttyng on y e lond of y e seid John Lyster & y c northe hed upon y e 
seid towne waye y e whyche pece of lond with thapptenncs I y e forseid 
Edward Parker lately had to me & myn heres of y e gyfte grante & 
confirmacn of Edmund Smyth Thomas Cristen John Laurence alias 
Smyth John Barn y e helder Rob 1 Sergiant John Sergiant Rob' Sygo 
Rychard Cobdock & thomas Lyster as by ther dede datyd y e xxix day 
of Aprill anno R : Rgs Henrici viij xxviij playnlyer aperith And a 
pece of lond conts iiij akers in Pakenham Feld caulyd Hardall betwen 
y e lond of y* monestery of bury of both ptis y* est hed abutteth on y* 
pathe caulid Malingmere & y e west hed upon Thetsonrlwaye- [sic, i.e., 
Thetfordwaye] y c whyche pece of lond with y e apptenncs I y e forseid 
Edward Parker lately had to me & my heres of y e gifte grante & confir- 
macn of Edmund Smyth Thomas Crysten John Lawrence otherwyse 
Smyth John barn y e elder John Sergiant Robard Cobdok & Thomas Lyster 
as by ther dede datyd y c xx daye of Aprill An° R : Rgis Henrici viij xxviij 
And ij peces of lond lying in y e towne & Folds of Pakenam the Furst 
Pece is extemyd for iij rods lying in Hardall Feld betwen y e lond of 
Sir Thomas Jermyn Knyght ageynst y c northe & y e lond of y c monestery 
of bury ageynst y 1 -' southe y e west hed abuttyng on y c lond of y e seid sr 
Thomas cx: y c est hed upon malyngmere the second pece conts i Aker 
lying in y e same feld betwen y e lond of Edward Farker ageynst y e 
southe and y c lond of y e monestery of bury ageynst y c northe y c west 
hed abuttyng on thetfordwaye y e hest hed on y c londe of dyvers men y c 
whyche ij pecs with y r apptnncs I y c seid John laurence ats Smyth of 
Pakenam lateli had of y* gifte grant lis: confirmacn of John Cage wear 
of Pakenam as by hys dede datyd y e xxix day of Aprill anno R: Rgis 
Henrici viij xxviij playnelier aperith And ij akers off erable lying in 
Stallmei Feld betwen y c lond lately william Creston on y e west ft 
y c lond lateli Robard Clerke ageynst y e est y c northe hede abuttyng 
on y e pyteU lately william gylle ft y e southe hed on y c lond of y* seyd 



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Robard Clerke y e whych ij pecs of lond I y e aforseid Edward Broke 
carpenter lateli had of y e gyfte grant & confirmacn of Edmund Smyth 
willyam Clerke Thomas Cage John Lyster Thomas Broke Thomas 
Crysten william Fyston Robard Sygo Robard Srgiant John Sergiant 
as by ther dede datyd y e xxviij daye of Aprill an° R: Rgis Henrici viij 
xxviij more playnelyer aperith And ij peces of lond in y e same Fyld 
of Pakeman y e one pece is extemyd for one aker lying betwen y e 
londs of y e monestery of bury lateli in tenure of william clerke ageynst 
y e west y e lond william [sic] ageynst y e hest y e west hed abuttyng 
on buri way & y e northe hed on y e lond of y e seid monestery y e second 
ext d for haufe an aker & lying in akdall Feld betwen y e lond of John 
Barn on bothe sydis y e est hed abutt on y e lond of y e sayd John Barn on 
both sydis & y e est hed on y e lond of y e vicat of Pakenham y e whyche ij 
pecs of lond I y e forseid John Lyster lately hade of y e gifte grante & 
confirmacion of Edmund Smyth Thomas Cage Thomas Cristen John 
Laurence ats Smyth John Barn y e eld r Robard Srgiant John Srgiant 
Robard Sygo Rychard Cobdok & Thomas Lyster as by ther dede datid 
at Pakenam y e xix day of Aprill An: R: Rgs Henrici viij xxviij 
playnelyer aperith And one pece of arabill conts for iiij akers & 
one rode in Pakenham in wyndmyllfeld betwen y e lond of y e manor 
of Maulkyns Hall on y e south & y e lond late Thomas Strange 
ageynst y e northe ye west head abutt upon y e seid manor londs & 
y e east head on y e lond of y e seid Thomas Strange and y e londs 
of y e seid manor y e whych pece of erabill with y e apptenncs we 
the forseid Henry Petit & william fiston lateli had of y e gifte grante 
& confirmacn of John lyster William Fysten Thomas Cristen John 
Cage Thomas Cage Thomas broke william Calabor John Barn & John 
laurence ats Smyth as by ther dede datid y e xxvi day of Aprill anno 
R: Rgis Henrici viij xxviij more playnelier aperith To have and 
to hold all y e seid londs & tenemts servyces woodes underwoodes 
hegs Rowys wais pathes & fedyngs with thapptnncs as is afore Rehersed 
to y e seid John Cage vycar of Pakenam & to his heres to the use and 
behoof of us Edmund Smyth Thomas Cage Edward Parker william 
west Thomas Cristen John lister y e elder William Fyston Benet Box 
John Barn y e elder Robard Sygo John Smyth william Calabor Thomas 
broke Edward broke Rob' Srgiant John Srgiant Rob' Cage William 
Pryor John Amy Rychard Cobdok Henry Cobdok & Thomas Sopor 
shall take receive & parceyve & for that intent & purpose that we the 
aforeseid Smyth Cage Parker Cristen west lyster fysten Box Barn Sygo 
Smyth Calabor Thomas & Edward Broke Rob' & John Srgiant Rob' 
Cage Prior Amy Rychard & Henri Cobdok & Thomas Sopor shall take 
receve & perceve y e issues profitts & emolyments of y e premisses from 
y e date of this present onto the end & time of xx'' yeays be fulli endyd 
& expired y e whiche profitts so taken Rec d & perceyvd shall convert to 
such use & uses charge & dyscharge as shall be thought mete expedyent 
or necessary by such as at what tyme y e seid towne or township of 
Pakenam shall be charged with any subsydy benevolence lone quinden 
tax or with ony eyd to the Kings warris generalli with ony manner of 
charge or imposycyons by what name or namys soever they be knowen 
shall be inabytants & dwellers personally on & in their proper londes & 
tenements whereof they shall be seised in their deme as of fee or fee 
tail Provided always that no foraner within the seid towne take 



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any maner avantage or profit by or of the profites of the afor rehersed 
londs except it chance any man within the seid towne Resiant & 
abydynge be tenant by curtysy of Englond or any woman to be tenent 
in dower of ony londs or tenements within the towne of Pakenham 
whyche tenancy bi the curtesy or in dower shall take lyke avantage as 
they whyche shall have estate of inheritance as is aforseid And after 
the seid term of twenty yeays be full endyd to the onli proper use of us 
Edmund Smyth Thomas Cage Edward Parker William West Thomas 
Crysten John lister the elder william Benet Box John Barnes y e older 
Rob 1 Sygo John Smyth william Calabor Thomas broke Edward broke 
Rob' Syrgyant John Srgyant Rob' Cage william Prior John Amy Richard 
Cobdok Henry Cobdok Thomas Sopor &: of our heires for ever Know 
ye also furthermore that we the parties above have ordained set & apoyn- 
tyd Thomas Syer [here follows a blank of an inch and a quarter, the pre- 
ceding name not filling up the space which had been left for its insertion] 
our faythfull &: lawfull attorney to delyver our estate for us & eny of us 
on & in the premysses or eny part of them to the sayd John Cage 
Vycar accordyng to the purport strenght & effect of this present dede 
whyche estate so by them as our attorneyes we & ev'ry of us do aprove 
alow & admyt to be ferme & stabyll as well as if we y e above seid 
parties & every of us personalli had delyvyd y* said estate In 
Witness Wherof to thes presents we & evy of us haue set to 
our seales Datyd at Pakenam aforsaid the xxviij daye of September 
in the yer and raygne of oure sovraygne Lord Kynge henry the eyght 
the xxx li . 

( Here occur nine seals.) 

Endorsed: State & seizin given in presence of: — (N° i.) William 
Hawys Stevyn Hawys Richard Baker Thomas with others. (N os 2, 
3, 4 & 5.) John Pryor Waltere Malstere Rob' Beale with other. 
(N° 6.) [Blank in orig.] Noon gentylma Lauerans Hunt Roberd Goche 
Wyllyam Blome Robert Telott and other. (N os 7 & 8.) Roberd 
Whealbely Robert Beale John Neel with other. (N° 9.) Wylya Borow 
Andrew Wygth John Oxforth John Roo the yonger with other. 

The foregoing copies and abstracts have been most kindly 
made for me by the Rev. Charles William fones, 
M.A., Vicar of Pakenham. — F. A. C. 



Morgan Family. 

James Morgan married to Elizabeth Lloyd March 26, 18 14. 

(heir Family, 

Leslie Frederick born Feb>' 7, 181 5 10 minutes to 12 night. Died July 
16, 1815. 

James Horatio born June 28, 1816, 5 afternoon. 
Hosier Leslie Frederick August 16, 1819 at 11 morning. 

From a small Bible dated /Si/, in my possession. — F. A. C. 
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Perceval Family. 



Jany 26 th 1756. 

John the second Earl of Egmont was married in his own Chappel at 
Charlton in Kent at 12 o'Clock at Noon to his second Wife Miss 
Catherine Compton third Daughter of the late Honble Charles Compton 
Esq r Brother to James late Earl, & George the present Earl of North- 
ampton. And Sister to Charles Compton (who afterwards succeeded 
his said Uncle George as Earl of Northampton). 

October y e i st 1756. between 4 & 5 o'Clock in the Morning the said 
Catherine Compton Countess of Egmont was brought to bed of a Son 
at Charlton aforesaid, who was Xtend there Octob. 4 th 1756 by the 
name of Charles-George His sponsors being Charles Compton Esq r 
Eldest Brother to y e said Countess, (since Earl of Northampton) & 
George Earl of Northampton Uncle, and Lady Penelope Compton 
Aunt, to the said Countess of Egmont. 

Saturday July 15 th 1758. Lady Mary Perceval (Eldest daughter of 
the said Earl by the said Catharine Compton Countess of Egmont) was 
born at Charlton aforesaid. She was Xtend there on Monday the 7 th of 
August following her Sponsors were Lady Margaret Compton her great 
Aunt, & M rs Scott (now Lady Mary Scott) her Aunt, & S r Berkeley 
Lucy Bart, her Great Grandfather. 

Saturday 15 Decemb. 1759. Lady Anne Perceval (2 d daughter of 
the said Earl by the said Catharine Compton Countess of Egmont) was 
born at her Fathers House in Pallmall at a quarter after 8 of the Clock 
in the Morning. She was Xtend there by D r Bearcroft Master of the 
Charter House on Friday Jany y e 11 th 1760. Her Sponsors were the 
Honble George Townshend Esq r (Eldest Son & Heir Apparent to the 
Lord Vise' Townshend, & to whom has since succeeded) Anne Wife of 
Charles Earl of Northampton, and Lady Anne Rushout — the former 
her Aunt, the latter her great Aunt. She died Aug st y e I st 1772 & was 
buried Aug st 4 th at Charlton in Kent. 

Saturday 31 Jany 1761. Lady Charlotte Perceval (3 d daughter of 
the said Earl by the said Catharine Compton Countess of Egmont) was 
born at her Fathers House in S l James's Square at 8 °'Clock in the 
Morning. She was Xtend there on y e 19 th of Feby following and died 
the 23 d of y e same Month 3 Weeks & 2 days old — buried at Charlton 
in Kent. 

Monday i st Novemb r 1762. Spencer Perceval second son of John 
Earl of Egmont (by his second Wife Catherine Compton Countess of 
Egmont Sister to Charles Compton Earl of Northampton) was born in 
Audley Square near Grosvenor Square London at half an hour past 7 
o'Clock in y e Morning. He was Xtend there on Saturday the 27 th of 
the same Month. His Sponsors were y e R l Honble S r John Rushout 
Bart. The Honble Spencer Compton his Mothers Brother (since by y e 
Death of his Brother Charles Earl of Northampton) The Lady Elizabeth 
Drummond his Mothers Sister, & Lady Baroness Chedworth Widow of 
the late Lord Chedworth. 

Monday 12 th Decemb. 1763. Lady Elizabeth Perceval (4th Daughter 
of the said Earl of Egmont, by the said Catharine Compton Countess of 
Egmont his second Wife, was born at her Fathers House at the 
Admiralty in the Parish of S l Martins in the Fields at half an hour after 



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3 in the Afternoon. She was Xiend the 8 th of Jan? following 1764. 
Her Sponsors were the Lady Betty Germain, The Lady Ferrers W ife to 
George Townshend Eldest Son <\: Heir Apparent of y* Lord Vise' 
Townshend (since Lord Townshend) & Admiral George Bridges Rodney 
Esq r . 

Wednesday 26 th June 1765. Henry Perceval, third Son of John 
Earl of Egmont by the said Catharine Compton Countess of Egmont 
his second Wife was born at his Fathers House at Tumham Green in 
the Parish of Chyswick in the County of Middlesex at twenty Minutes 
after six o'Clock in the afternoon. He was Xtend on Weiisday the 17 th 
of July following, His Sponsors being The R' Honble S r John Cust 
Bar' Speaker of the House of Commons, Henry Drummond Esq r 
Husband of Lady Elizabeth Sister to y e said Countess of Egmont, & 
Jane Countess of Northampton, Wife of Spencer now Earl of North- 
ampton Brother to y e said Countess of Egmont. he died July 27 th 1772 
& was buried at Charlton in Kent the 4 th Aug st . 

Friday 4 th Uecemb. 1767. Lady Frances Perceval (fifth Daughter 
of the said Earl of Egmont Baron Lovell and Holland by Catharine 
Countess of Egmont his second Wife Sister of Spencer Compton now 
Earl of Northampton) was born at her Fathers House in Pallmall at half 
an hour after 3 in the Morning. She was there Xtend on Thursday the 
31 st of the said Month, Her Sponsors being the R l Honble the Lord 
Boston, Frances Countess Dowager of Northampton (Widow of Ear] 
George) and M re Middleton Wife of M r Middleton of Chirke Castle, & 
Daughter of S r John Rushout Bar 1 . 

Friday 17 th March 1769. Margaret sixth Daughter of the said Earl 
of Egmont, Baron Lovell & Holland (by the said Catharine Countess 
of Egmont his 2 d Wife Sister of Spencer Compton now Earl of North- 
ampton) was born at her Fathers House in Pallmall at 7 "Clock in the 
Morning. She was there Bapti/.'d on Friday the 14 th of April following; 
Her Sponsors being Allen Lord Bathurst, The Lady Margaret Compton 
her great Aunt, and Lady Catharine Wynne her Sister, viz another 
Daughter of the said Earl by his fu st wife, the Lady Catherine Cecil D r 
of James the late, & Sister of James now Earl of Salisbury. 

Thursday March I st 1787. 
Charles George Lord Arden was married to Miss Margaretta Eliza- 
beth Wilson, eldest Daughter of Sir Thomas Spencer Wilson Baronet, 
of Charlton in y e County of Kent, in the Chappel at Charlton House. 

Wednesday 15 July 1789. 
Margaretta Elizabeth, Lady Arden, was at a Quarter after one o'Clock 
in the Morning brought to Bed of a Daughter at the Admiralty in the 
Parish of S' Martins in the Fields Westminster, and was Christened 
[blank in or/g.] of August following by the Name of Catharine. Her 
Sponsors were, her Grandfather Sir Thomas Spencer Wilson Bar' The 
Lady Elizabeth Drummond her great Aunt, & the Lady Wilson her 
Grandmother. 

Friday 27 th August 1790. 
Helena Perceval 2' Daughter of Charles George, Lord Arden & 
Margaretta Elizabeth his Wife was born at her Fathers House at the 
Admiralty at half past Ten o'Clock at Night, & was Christened there 
the 27 th of September following. Her Sponsors were Henry Drummond 
Esq r her Great Uncle, The Lady Mary Drummond, and the Hon blc M re 
Spencer Perceval, her Aunts. 

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Sunday the 20 th of November 1791. 
Charles-Thomas Perceval Son of Charles-George Lord Arden & 
Margaretta-Elizabeth his Wife was born at his Fathers House in the 
Admiralty at three o'Clock in y e Morning and was christened there the 
24 th of December following. His Sponsors were Charles Lord 
Compton, Sir Thomas-Spencer Wilson Bar' and the R' Hon ble Helena 
Countess Dowager of Mount-Cashell. Died 15 th February 1793, buried 
at Charlton in Kent. 

Saturday 13 th April 1793. 
John Perceval Son of Charles-George Lord Arden & Margaretta 
Elizabeth his wife was born at his Fathers House in the Admiralty a 
little before twelve o'Clock at Night and was christened there the 11 th of 
May following. His Sponsors were John Earl of Egmont & the Hon bIe 
Spencer Perceval his Uncles and the Lady Wilson his Grandmother. 

Friday 14 th March 1794. 
George-James Perceval Son of Charles-George Lord Arden & 
Margaretta Elizabeth his Wife was born at his Fathers House in the 
Admiralty at eleven o'Clock at Night, and was Xten'd there the 17 th of 
April following. His sponsors were George Earl of Leicester, James 
Gordon Jun r of Moor Place in the County of Hertford Esq r , & the 
Lady Frances Perceval his Aunt. 

30 th July 1795. 

Edward Perceval Son of Cha. Geo. Lord Arden & Margaretta Eliza- 
beth his Wife was born at his Fathers House at Nork in the Parish of 
Banstead in y e County of Surrey, at a Quarter before nine o'Clock at 
Night, & was Xten'd there in September following. His Sponsors were 
The Hon bIe Edward Perceval his Uncle Edward Finch Hatton Esq r and 
Lady Margaret Perceval his Aunt. 

Christmas Day 1796. Charles-George Perceval, Son of Cha s George 
Lord Arden and Margaretta-Elizabeth his Wife was born at his Fathers 
House in the Admiralty about 8 o'Clock in the Evening, and was 
christened there the 13 th of February following. His Sponsors were 
Brownlow Lord Brownlow, Andrew Berkeley Drummond Esq re his 
Uncle, and Lady Frances Compton. 

Caroline Perceval Daughter of Charles George Lord Arden and 
Margaretta Elizabeth his Wife was born at Nork House in the Parish of 
Banstead in the County of Surrey on Saturday the 30 th of June 1798, 
about £ past 3 o'Clock in the Afternoon, and was Christened there the 
18 th of August following. Her Sponsors were Sir John Trevelyan Bar' 
Caroline Wife of Jo s Lyons Walrond Esq r , .& Frances Wife of Charles 
Drummond Esq r . 

Friday 2 2 d November 1799. Arthur Philip Perceval Son of Cha s 
George Lord Arden & Margaretta-Elizabeth his wife was born at his 
Fathers House at the Admiralty and was christened there on the 7 th 
Day of January 1800. His Sponsors were Thomas Walpole Esq r The 
Rev d Philip Perceval of Temple House in the County of Sligo, and 
Helena Countess of Kingston. 

From a Bible in two volumes, " Oxford : Printed by Mr. 
Baskett, Printer to the University, M&CCXXXIX.," in 
the possession of Lucy, Countess of Egmont. — F. A. C. 



75 



Receipt signed by the Ministers and Elders of 
the French Church of St. Martin Orgars in 
London, dated 21 October 1742. 



itutttb. 751. Saml Estere £7 ic 



The 



R 



2 1 Day of October 

Eceived by «« Ministers and Elders 
French Church of St Martin 
of London as assigd by margin 



1742. 

of the 
Orgars 



752 
\ 



Do- 



Of the Right Honourable 43m 



Horatio Walpole Esqr 
■ L a nd Onulu ii, One of 

the Four Tellers of His Majesty's Receipt Exchequer, the 
Sum of Thirteen pounds ten Skill 



in full of all former Directions, and for Six 
Months Annuity, due at Michalmas last past, of 

Twenty Seaven Pounds per Annum, 

by Vertue of an Act of Parliament, (Entituled, An Act for 
continuing the Duties on Low Wines, and Spirits of 
the First Extraction, and the Duties payable by Hawkers, 
Pedlars and Petty Chapmen, and Part of the Duties on 
Stampt Vellum, Parchment and Paper, and the late Du- 
ties on Sweets, and the One Third Sudsidy of Tonnage and 
Poundage, and for Settling and Establishing a Fund there- 
by, and by the Application of certain Overplus Monies 
and otherwise, for Payment of Annuities, to be sold for 
raising a Supply to Her Majesty for the Service of the Year 
1707, and other Uses therein express'd ;) I say Received 



by me 



£13 



C. Dennaret. 



J. T. Muysson Minis t. 
D. Beaufort, A/in : 
Sr Cubibely. 
Peter Dobree. 
Pen : Bonnet. 



The original of the above is in my possession. — F. A. C. 



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jf tte Rigk Honour abh ^mJST^^^F^ J ii flu y^ 0#e 0/ 
*k r our Tellers of Hk Majsfy s Receipt of^ E^thequer, the 
Surf of ' ajwi^fe^Jwu^h ' 




' in pill op,m former Dire&tons, and for C^'i 
Months 'jfyf/'tity,' due at ftylltJiaXtKA- lafi paft, of 
<£3&t/&nifci — i — bounds per rinriiinr 



by Ve-i w of an AB of Parliament, (Entituled, An A£ for 
continuing the Duties on Low Wines, ana Spirits of 
the FirtY Extra&ion, and the Duties payable by Hawkers, 
Pedlars and Petty Chapmen, and Part of the Duties on 
Statu pt '/Hum, Parchment and Paper, and the late Du- 
ties on Sv eets, and the One Third Subfidy of Tonnage and 
Poundage, and for Settling.and Eftablifhing a Fund rhere- 
jby, and by the Application of certain Overplus Monies | 
and otherwife, for Payment of Annuities, to be (bid for j 
railing a Supply to Her Majefty for the Service of the Year 1 
1707, and other Ufes therein exprefs'd 1 fay Received] 




Bonamy Family. 



Jean Bonamy fils Jean naquit Le i8 me Juin 1716 a Este" presentee au 
bateme Le 2o me du d l mois ayant po r parrain Son oncle Pierre 
Bonamy & p r marraine Marie Tupper Sa Grand Mere 

Henry fils du d' naquit Le 23 d'aout 1723 a Este presente au bateme 
Le 2 5 me du d 4 mois po r parrain Le S r W m Henry po r Le S r Pierre 
Brock & pour marraine D me Marie Graham po r demoiselle Susanne 
Henry 

Piere fils du d' naquit Le 29 Juin a Este presente au bateme Le 2 me 
Juillet 1722 ayant po r parrain Le S r piere Brock & po r marraine 
mademoisselle Susanne Henry Sa tante 

Mon fils Jenn Bonamy at ne le 6 e Decembre 1755 et batize" le io e du 
meme mois ayant pour parrains m r Jean Brock fs W m & son oncle 
Pierre Bonamy et pour maraine D me michelle De Carteret sa tante 

( Deced'e au Seigneur le 26* Mai 1806 ) 

Mon fils Jean Bonamy n6 le 3o eme Mars 1780, & batise le 5 eme Avril 
ensuivant a eu pour Parrains son Oncle Pierre Bonamy & son 
Cousin Phillipe De Carteret & pour Marraine D me Elizabeth 
Bowden sa tante 

Ma fille Marie Bonamy nee le 2i eme Juillet 1781, & batisee le 25 eme du 
dit Mois, a eu pour Parrain M r Elie Guerin Jun r son Grand-Pere, 
& pour Marraines, D lle Marie Guerin & Esther Guerin ses Tantes 

( Decedee au Seigneur le 4' Mai i860 ) 

Ma fille Anne Bonamy, nee le 2o eme Janvier 1784, & batise'e le 24 e du dit 
Mois, a eu pour Parrein M r Pierre Allez des Prevots son Cousin & 
pour Marraines D me Anne Moullin, & D lle Esther Guerin ses 
Tantes 

Ma fille Susanne Bonamy, n6e le i9 e Mars 1788, & batisee le 26 e du d' 
Mois, a eu pour Parrein M r Jean Bolger son Cousin & pour 
Marraines D me Susanne Bonamy, & D lle Anne Bonamy ses Cousines 
( Decedee au Seigneur le 14c Juin 1862 ) 

Ma fille Elise Bonamy, nee le i9 eme Avril 1791, & batise'e le 27 eme du 
dit Mois, a eu pour Parrain M r Jean Collings son Cousin, & pour 
Marraines D me Marie Olivier sa Grand Mere & Marie Bonamy sa 
Soeur 

( Decedee au Seigneur le 6 Octobre i/p8 ) 

Mon fils Pierre Bonamy ne" le 3o eme Mars 1794, & batisd le 6 eme Avril 
ensuivant, a eu pour Parrains M r Hellier Gosselin & Jean Bonamy 
Jun r son frere & pour Marraine D me Rachel Carey Gosselin 

(Decede au Seigneur le i6 e Fevrier 1844 a Rio de Janeiro) 

Henry fils de Jean Bonamy & d'Isabelle Vardon sa fe ne" le 7 e d'Aout 
181 7 & batise^ le 2o e du dit mois a eu pour Parrains M r Henry 
Miller & son pere & pour Marraine Dame Marie Bonamy sa grand 
mere 

{Decede au Seigneur le 22c Mai 1833) 



77 



Isabella Martha fille des susdits nee le 25 s Septembre 181S & batise'e le 
i5 e Octobre a eu pour Parrain son pere representant M r Pierre 
Bonamy son oncle & pour marraines D lle Marthe Vardon sa tante 
& D Ue Charlotte Marthe Le Marchant Mansell sa cousine 
(Decedee au Seigneur le 2ji Decembre 1822) 

Jean Collings fils des susdits ne le 4 e Mai 1820, & batise le 24 e du dit 
mois a eu pour Parrains Jean Collings son Oncle & Bonamy 
Collings son Cousin &: pour niarraine D me Marie Collings sa tante 

Maria fille des susdits nee le 26 e Decembre 182 1 & batiste le i5 e 
Janvier 1822 a eu pour Parrain M r Frederic Price Jun r son oncle 
& pour marraines Dame Maria Price sa tante & Maria Price sa 
cousine 

Louise fille des susdits ne le i5 e Novembre 1823 & batise'e le 5 e 

Decembre a eu pour Parrain son pere representant M r Pierre 

Bonamy son oncle & pour marraines D lle Susanne Bonamy sa tante 

& D lle Eliza Margueritte Collings sa cousine 
Isabella fille des susdits ne'e le 2i e Fevrier 1827 & batise'e le i9 e Mars 

a eu pour Parrain son pere & pour marraines D Ue Marthe Vardon 

sa tante & Maria sa soeur 
Marthe fille des susdits ne'e le 2 e Decembre 1829 & batise'e i9 e a eu 

pour Parrain son pere & pour marraines D lle Marthe Vardon sa 

tante & D lle Louise Bonamy sa soeur 

From a Bible in French, printed in Amsterdam in 1707, 
in two volumes folio, in my possession. — F. A. C. 



Lettsom Family. 

Indenture made 16 May 1796, between David Charles Bassett of 
Beckenham, co. Kent, of the one part, and John Coakley Lettsom of 
St. Giles', Camberwell, Doctor of Physick, of the other part, relating to 
land at Forest Hill, in Lewi sham, co. Kent. Signature on fold of David 
Charles Bassett, and those of Samuel Lilley and Sam 1 J° Lilley as 
witnesses. 



Indenture made 21 September 1807, between John Coakley 
Lettsom of St. Giles', Camberwell, Doctor of Physic, of the one part, 
and Thomas Marriott Edwards of the same parish, Apothecary, of the 
other part, relating to land at Forest Hill, in Lewisham, co. Kent. 
Signature of John Coakley Lettsom on fold, and that of Sam: J. Lilley 
as witness. 




From the originals in the possession of Mrs. Colyer-Fcrgusson 
of IVombwell Hall, Gravesend. — F. A. C. 

78 



Paltock Family. 



To all and singular persons as well Nobles as Gentles to whom 
theis presents shall come Wirrm Segar Garter Principall King of Armes 
sendeth his due comendacons and greeting. Knowe yee that whereas 
Edward Paltock of Kingston vpon Thames in the County of Surrey 
gentleman, the sonne of RoBt Paltock of the saide County and place 
gent: whoe beareth for his auncient Coat of Armes Asure an inscuchion 
with in an Vrle of cincq fieules gould : And wanting further for an 
ornament vnto his said Coat-Armo r a convenient Creast or Cognisance 
fitt to be borne, Hath requested mee the said Garter by vertue, power 
and aucthority of myne Office to appoint hym suche a one, as hee may 
Lawfully bear w th oute wrongdoing, or preiudize to any others ; The 
which his due request I the said Garter haue accordingly accomplisshed 
and graunted in manner, and forme following : That is saye, forth of a 
Wreath of his cullors on a hill vert, a Greyhound seiant sable flecked 
argent, collored or, Mantled, and doubled as in the margent ys de- 
picted. All which Armes and Creast I the said Garter doe by theis 
pntf ratify, confirme, gyue and graunt vnto the said Edward Paltock 
and to all the posterity of the said Robert Paltock ffather of the said 
Edward, to vse, beare, and shewe forth in Signett, sheild, ensigne, 
Coat-Armour, or otherwise, at his and theire free liberty and pleasure 
withoute lett, impediment, or interruption of any person or persons. 
In Witnes whereof I the said Garter haue herevnto sett my hand and 
seale of Office the fourtenth daye of Feabruary in the nynth yeare of the 
raigne of our soveraigne Lord James by the grace of God King of 
England, ffrance, and Ireland, Defendo r of the faith, &c. and of Scotland 
the xliiij th . 

From the original Grant in my possession. — F. A. C. 




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INDEX. 



INDEX. 



Abell. 

John, 57, 60. 

Nicholas, 60. 

Richard, 53, 54, 57, 58. 

William, 53. 
Agas. 

John, 14. 
Alexander. 

Lord High Stewart of Scotland, 30. 
Allen. 

Mary, 10. 
Allenby. 

Hynman, 23. 
Alyor. 

John, 3. 
Amers. 

George, 12. 
Amy. 

John, 71, 72. 
Amyce. 

— 5- 
Ancell. 

Mr., 5. 
Andrewes, Andrews. 

Dorcas, 10. 

George, 10. 

John, 66. 

Mr., 3. 
Angier. 

Samuel, 14. 

Thomas, 14. 
Angur. 

Rev. Mr., 10. 
Arden. 

Charles George, Lord, 74, 75. 

Margaretta Elizabeth, Lady, 74, 75. 
Argar. 

John, 10. 
Aspin. 

Rev. Harvey, 66. 
Astley. 

Rev. John, 35. 
Aubry. 

William, 54, 55- 
Austen. 

Henery, 41. 

John, 40. 



Awdeley. 

Thomas, I. 
Awecrofte. 

Peter, 6. 

-,6. 
Aylett. 

Will: 10. 
Ayling. 

Eliz : 37. 

John, 37. 

Bachiler. 

Margery, 3. 
Bacon. 

John, 55. 
Badwell. 

John, 55. 
Baker. 

Ed: 10. 

Nathaniell, 10 

Richard, 72 
Baldry. 

Anne, 30. 
Ball, Balls. 

Ann, 14. 

Edward, 7. 

Na: 10. 

Samuell, 51- 
Banyard. 

John, 53. 
Barker. 

John, 66. 
Barlee. 

Elizabeth, 2. 

Robert, 2. 
Barn, Barnes. 

John, 68-72. 
Barnard. 

John, 54. 
Baron, Barown. 

John, 54, 58-61. 
Barrett. 

Robert, 64, 65. 
Barthorp. 

Anne, 33. 

Eliz: 31. 

John, 31, 33. 



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Baseley. 

Stephen, 15. 
Basket. 

Mr., 75. 
Bassett. 

David Charles, 78. 
Bath. 

Henrie, 5- 

James, 5. 
Bathurst. 

Allen, Lord, 74. 
Bawde. 

John, 55. 
Baxter. 

Edmond, 64, 65. 
Bayllie. 

Mrs., 4. 
Beadle. 

- 8. 
Beak, Beake. 

Anne, 10, II. 
Beale, Bele. 

Robert, 61, 72. 
Bearcroft. 

Dr., 73- 
Beaufort. 

D., 76. 

Beaumont. 

B: 12. 
Beckingham. 

Stephen, 13, 14. 
Becon. 

Thomas, 55, 56. 

Bell. 

Henry, 35. 

Rev. Philip, 35, 36. 
Beman. 

Abell, 53. 

Maria, 53. 
Benton. 

Aron, 6. 
Best. 

William, 62. 
Bird, Byrd. 

James Collis, 47. 

John, 53. 

Louisa Burroughes, 47. 
Biggs. 

Rev. Robert, 25. 

Blackborne. 

George, 65. 
Blomc. 

Wyllyam, 72. 

Blomcfield, Blumefeild. 
Edmond, 62, 63. 
Robert, 62, 63. 

Bokenham. 
Lydia, 36. 
William, 36. 



Boldero. 

Geo : 66. 

Roger, 66. 
Bolger. 

John, 77. 

Bonamy. 

Anne, 77- 
Elisa, 77. 
Henry, 77. 
Isabella, 78. 
Isabella Martha, 77. 
John, 77. 
John Collings, 78. 
Louisa, 78. 
Mary, 77, 78. 
Martha, 78. 
Peter, 77, 78. 
Susan, 77, 78. 

Bonnett. 

Ben : 76. 
Boradell, Borradale. 

Martha, 11. 
Borow. 

Wylya, 12. 
Boston. 

Lord, 74. 
Botown. 

John, 58, 61. 
Bott* 

Barbara, 5. 
Boulton. 

Elizabeth, 46. 
Bowden. 

Elizabeth, 77. 

Box, Boxe, Boxxe. 
Benet, 69-71. 
John, 58-61. 
Robert, 58. 
William Benet, 72. 

Bradbury. 

George, I. 
Jane, I. 
Dame Joane, 2. 
Mathew, 2. 
Robert, I. 
Thomas, I. 
William, I. 

Brand. 

Jm 34- 
Bridges. 

Ma: 4. 
Bright. 

Henry, 62. 

Thomas, 64. 

William, 62. 
Brock. 

John, 77. 

Peter, 77. 
Brockwcll. 

John, 10. 

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Broke. 

Edward, 68, 71, 72. 
Thomas, 58, 69, 71, 72. 

Brook, Brooke. 

Henry, 58-61. 

John, 62, 63. 

Samuel, 43. 

William, 60. 
Brown. 

John, 15. 
Brownlow. 

Brownlow, Lord, 75. 
Brownsmith. 

Rev. John, 66. 
Bryant. 

Joshua, 31, 32. 

Mary, 31, 32. 
Bucknall. 

Anne, J. 
Bugg. 

Joseph, 21. 

Mary, 21. 
Buller. 

Elizabeth, 37. 

William, 37. 
Bullock. 

John, 57, 60. 
Burdett. 

An: 11. 

Benjamin, II. 

Jane, II. 

Leister, II. 

Mary, II. 

Nathan, II. 

Robert, II. 

Wright, 11. 
Burkitt. 

Rev. William, 18. 
Burlingham. 

John, 62. 
Burnett. 

Thomas, 4. 
Burrows. 

Samuel, 31. 
Burton. 

Anne, 2. 

Dennis, 68. 
Bushee. 

Mary, 8. 
Butcher. 

Mr., 9, 10. 

Cage. 

Henry, 54, 55, 57, 58. 
Katherine, 53, 55-57, 59. 
John, 53, 54, 56-59, 61, 69, 71. 
Rev. John, 59, 68, 70-72. 
Robert, 54-58, 69-72. 
Simond, 59-61. 
Thomas, 53, 57-61, 68-72. 



Calabor, Calabyr. 

John, 59-61. 

Roger, 54, 58. 

William, 59-61, 69, 71, 72. 
Calthorpe. 

Frederic Gough, Lord, 67. 

George, Lord, 66. 
Campe. 

Richard, II. 

Thomas, 11. 
Campion. 

Abraham, 13. 
Canham. 

Robert, 53. 
Caple. 

Mr., 65. 
Carey. 

Sir Ferdinando, 5. 

Dame Phillip, 5. 
Carpenter. 

John, 55-57, 59. 68. 
Carverth. 

Henry, 5. 
Casborne. 

John Spring, 66. 

Walter John Spring, 66. 

Rev. Walter John Spring, 67. 
Catlyn, Catlyne. 

Mr., 3. 

Rev. Zachary, 62. 
Cavell. 

Anne, 30, 32. 

Corry, 32. 

Cha 5 , 32. 

Edith, 32. 

Edward, 30, 32. 

Edward Charles, 32. 

Edward Ernest, 32. 

Mary, 32. 

Rob', 32. 
Cecil. 

Lady Catherine, 74. 

James, Earl of Salisbury, 74. 

Challis. 

Rev. James, 66. 

Chandler. 

Dennis, 66. 
Chappell. 

Martha, 11. 

Charles I. 

King of England, 50, 61. 
Chedworth. 

Lady, 73. 

Lord, 73. 
Cheenery. 

Rob', 65. 
Cheppe. 

Xpofer, 2. 
Chester. 
1 Rev. William, 35. 

85 



Choppin. 

Richard, 2. 
Chunn. 

Joseph, 6. 

-, 6. 
Church. 

Elizabeth, 14. 

Sarah, 17. 
Churrie. 

Dorothie, 6. 

John, 6. 
Chylston. 

John, 53. 
Clarke, Clerk, Clerkc. 

Benj : 59. 

John, 54, 62, 64, 65. 
Richard, 62. 

Robert, 53-55, 58, 70, 71. 
T.j 59-6i. 
Thomas, 61. 

William, 54-59, 61, 69-71. 
Clement. 

John, 53. 

Mary, 53. 
Clifford. 

Elizabeth, 2. 

Dame Elizabeth, 2. 

Sir Robert, 2. 

Thomas, 2. 
Cobdok. 

Henry, 69, 71, 72. 

John, 60. 

Nicholas, 61. 

Richard, 56, 57, 59, 60, 61, 69-72. 

Robert, 56, 57, 59, 70. 
Cocke. 

William, II. 
Cockshutt. 

Stephen, 9. 

Thomas, 9. 
Codd. 

George, 63. 

Cok. 

John, 53. 
Cole. 

Denney, 18. 

Edward Wright, 18. 

Elizabeth, 17, 18. 

John, 17, 18. 

Nathaniel, 17. 

Samuel, 17, 18. 

Sarah, 17, 18. 

Sarah Martha, 17, 18. 

Thomas, 17. 

Thomas Springar, 18. 
Colepeper. 

Anne, 37. 

Sir Anthony, 37. 
Collings. 

Bonamy, 78. 

Eliza Margaret, 78. 

John, 77, 78. 

Mary, 78. 



Colyer-Fergusson. 

Mrs., 78. 
Compton. 

Catharine, Countess ofEgmont,73, 74- 

Hon. Charles, 73. 

Charles, Earl of Northampton, 73. 

Charles, Lord, 75. 

Lady Frances, 75. 

Frances, Countess of Northampton, 74. 
George, Earl of Northampton, 73. 
James, Earl of Northampton, 73. 
Jane, Countess of Northampton, 74. 
Lady Margaret, 73, 74. 
Lady Penelope, 73. 
Hon. Spencer, Earl of Northampton, 
73- 

Coney, Cony. 
Mar)-, 17. 
Sutton Jo : 66. 

Cook, Cooke. 

fohn, 62, 63. 
Ralfe, 62. 
Richard, 62. 
Robert, 18, 19, 55. 
Roger, 62. 
William, 62. 

Cooper. 

Christopher, 12. 

Copenger. 

Robert, 55. 
Copin. 

Wield", 63. 
Copping. 

Edmund, 66. 

Thomas, 66. 
CordelL 

Sir Arthur, Bt., 62. 

Sir William, 3. 
Cornelius. 

Tho: 12. 
Coton, Cotton. 

Alexandrina, 39. 

Arthur Annesley, 38. 

Arthur Annesley Valentia, 39. 

Arthur Henry Buller, 39. 

Charles Bowland, 39. 

Charles William, 39. 

Harriot, 39. 

Harriot Powell, 39. 

Laura Susan, 39. 

Sigesmond, 1. 
Cot y sins. 

John, 57. 
Courtman. 

— , 10. 

Cox. 

John, 9. 
Crayford. 

Guy, 2. 
Crenie. 

Henry, 55. 



Creston, Cristen, Cristyn, Crysten, Crysti 
Crystyn. 

Thomas, 58-61, 68-72. 
William, 54, 58. 

Crisp, Crispe. 

John, 49-51, 63. 

Crooke. 

Richard, 53. 

Croxon. 

Randall, 10. 

Cubibely. 

S r , 76. 
Cuddon. 

Thomas, 25. 

Culver well. 
Mr., 3. 

Curtis. 

Martyn, 7. 

Cust. 

Sir John, Bt., 74. 

Cutting. 

Mary, 17. 

Dallinger. 

Robart, 33. 

Sarah, 33. 
Davison. 

Mr., 10. 
Dawkens. 

Elizabeth, 7. 

Mary, 7. 

Peter, 7. 

— 7- 
De Carteret. 

Michelle, 77. 

Philip, 77. 
Dencrosse. 

William, 58. 
Denham. 

Mary Ann, 20. 
Dennaret. 

C, 76. 
Derrick. 

Mr., 3. 
Des Prevots. 

Allez Peter, 77. 
Dewes. 

Sir Simond, 64. 

Dickenson. 

Christopher, 11. 

Thomas, II. 
Dobree. 

Peter, 76. 

Doe. 

William, 66. 
Downes. 

Humphry, 7. 



Drummond. 

Andrew Berkeley, 75. 

Charles, 75- 

Lady Elizabeth, 73, 74. 

Frances, 75- 

Henry, 74. 

Lady Mary, 74. 
Drury. 

John, 69. 
Duckett. 

William, 5. 
Dunbar. 

Thomas, 14. 
Dyer. 

Benjamin, II. 
Dygby. 

Benjamyn, I. 
Dykes. 

Mr., 3. 

Earle. 

Margaret, 5. 
Easterson. 

Mary, 31. 

Thomas, 31. 
Edgiott. 

James, 3. 
Edward IV. 

King of England, 53, 54. 
Edwards. 

Easter, 17. 

Mary, 17. 

Thomas Marriott, 78. 
Egmont. 

Catherine, Countess of, 73, 74. 

John, Earl of, 73-75. 

Lucy, Countess of, 75. 
, Eldergate. 

Elyanor, 2. 
Eldred. 

John, 9, 10. 

Margaret, 10. 
Elizabeth. 

Queen of England, 2, 3, 49. 

Elliott, Ellyott. 

John, 3. 

Rose, 3. 
Estere. 

Sam 1 , 76. 
Etheridge. 

Gwyn, 35, 36. 

Eve. 

Anne, 3. 

Marie, 3. 

Suzan, 3. 

Thomas, 3. 
Everet. 

Samuel, 10. 
Evett. 

William, 64. 



Felde. 

Richard, 2. 
Felton. 

Nicholas, 12. 
Ferrers, Feryars. 

Lady, 74. 

Richard, 61. 
Ferwe. 

George, 55, 56. 
Finch- Hatton. 

Edward, 75. 
Fitson, Fysoon, Fysten, Fyston. 

John, 55, 58. 

William, 56, 58, 59, 68-71. 
Fitzherbert. 

Elizabeth, I. 

Humfrey, I. 

John, 1. 

Robert, I. 
Fletcher. 

Henry, 15. 
Flowerdew. 

Sarah, 35. 
Fludyer. 

Maria, 22. 

Sir Sam 1 Brudenell, Bt., 21, 22. 
Ford. 

Mr., 7. 
Fordham. 

Benedict, 54, 57, 60. 

Thomas, 58, 60. 
Fouler, Fowler. 

George, 12. 

John, 53. 

Fox. 

John, 17, 25. 
Foyle. 

Edward, 13. 

Freeborne. 
John, 3. 

Freind, Friend. 
Ann, 44. 
Dorothy, 12. 
Edward, 45. 
Elizabeth, 44, 46. 
George, 41, 42, 44-46. 
George Twyman, 46. 
Henrietta, 46. 
Henry, 44. 
Rev. Henry, 42. 
James, 45. 
John, 42, 44, 46, 47. 
Margaret, 46. 
Margary, 41. 
Mary, 42, 46. 
Mary Ann, 46. 
I'hcebe, 42. 
Richard, 12. 
Sarah, 42, 44. 

Frcston. 

Anthony, 35, 36. 



Fullere. 

John, 56, 57. 

Fysch, Fysh, Fyssh, Fysshe. 
John, 53, 54. 
Ralph, 58. 
Thomas, 54. 
William, 55, 58, 69. 



Gage. 

Edward, 14. 

Gall. 

Robert, 19. 
Mary, 19. 

Gambon, Gambown. 

Robert, 53, 54. 

Thomas, 57-61. 
Gardener. 

Sir Robert, 62. 
Garrat, Garrett. 

John, 13. 

Mr., 52. 
Garrod. 

Margaret, 34. 
Gate. 

Dorothy, I. 

Sir Geffrey, I, 2. 

Sir Henry, 3. 

Toceline, 4, 7. 

Peter, 4. 

— . 7- 
George III. 

Ring of England, 66, 67. 
Germain. 

Lady Betty, 74. 
Gibb, Gybbe. 

lohn, 2. 

Mr., 65. 
Gilfird. 

John, 65. 

Gill. 

John, 12. 
Gilly. 

Clement, 62. 
Gilson. 

Alenton, 20. 

Alcnton William, 20. 

Alice, 20. 

Ann, 20. 

Beatar, 20. 

Eleanor, 20. 

George, 20. 

Hannah, 20. 

Henry, 20. 

John, 20. 

Mary, 20. 

Nathaniel, 66. 

Rebekah, 20. 

Sarah, 20. 

Thomas, 20. 

W m , 20. 

Zadok, 20. 



Glascok. 

— , 2. 

Glave. 

Hughe, 3. 

Glovere. 

John, 55. 

Goare. 

John, 41. 

Goche. 

Roberd, 72. 

Godwin. 

George, 15. 

Golding, Goulding. 
John, 7. 
William, 66. 

Gooddy. 

Phillis, 3. 

Goodson. 

Rev. John, 55, 58. 
Gordon. 

James, 75. 
Gosselin. 

Hellier, 77. 

Rachel Carey, 77. 
Graham. 

Mary, 77. 
Gray, Grey. 

Mary, 48. 

Susan, 46. 

Thomas, 46, 48. 
Green. 

Macklin, 14. 
Gretom. 

Mary, 17. 
Gretton. 

John, 44. 

Sarah, 44. 
Griffen, Gryffyn. 

Humfrey, 2. 

John, 56. 
Gross. 

Ann, 26. 

Anna Eliza Emily, 26. 
Anne Eliza Maria, 26. 
Mary, 29. 
Mary Rebecca, 29. 
Samuel, 26. 

Samuel Chilton, 26, 29. 

Woolnough, 26. 
Grymesby. 

William, 56, 57. 
Guerin. 

Elie, 77. 

Esther, 77. 

Mary, 77. 
Guma . . 

John, 61. 
Gylle. 

William, 54, 58, 70. 



Hacke. 

Robert, 8. 
Hadley. 

George, 2. 
Hall, Haull. 

John, 58. 

Richard, 69. 
Hamond. 

Henrie, 5- 
Hampson. 

Ann, 7. 
Harlakenden. 

Richard, 9. 
Harper. 

Eliz: 31. 

John, 31. 
Harris. 

Dorothie, 5. 

Richard, 5. 
Hart. 

Thomas, 69. 
Hasell. 

John, 62. 
Hatfeild, Hatfield. 

Edward, 46, 64. 

Sarah, 46. 
Hatton. 

Henry, 10. 

See also Finch-Hatton. 
Hawys. 

John, 55-57. 

Stevyn, 72. 

William, 5j, 72. 
Haynes. 

He : 11. 

Hezekiah, 9. 
Hebden. 

Alice, 24. 

Arthur, 24. 

Henry Bernard, 24. 
Hedge. 

Henrye, 51. 
Henry. 

Susan, 77. 

William, 77. 
Henry VII. 

King of England, 54-56. 
Henry VIII. 

King of England, 1, 2, 56-61, 68-72. 
Heme. 

John, 54. 

William, 54. 
Hert, Herte. 

John, 54, 58, 59. 

William, 53, 54, 58. 
Heynys. 

Rev. John, 44. 
Hide. 

Thomas, 5. 
Highiam. 

Ann, 7. 

89 



Hills. 

Joseph, 6. 
Hoggesdon. 

Sir Georde, 2» 
Holdder. 

Thomas, 54. 
Holland. 

John, Lord, 74. 
Hollingworth. 

Captain, 66. 

William, 66. 
Holmes. 

Rebecca, 36. 
Homan. 

John, 13. 
Hoc 

John, 55, 56. 

Robert, 57. 
Houghton. 

Mr., 65. 
Howard. 

Ann, 7, 27. 

Robert, 27. 

Sarah, 27. 
Howe. 

Mathewe, 51. 
Hudson. 

Tobias, 4. 

William, 4. 
Huett. 

Tho: 14. 
Hull. 

Susan, 51. 
Humberston. 

Richard, 15. 
Humfry, Humphrey, Humphry. 

Edmund, 61-63. 
Hunt. 

John, 58. 

Lauerans, 72. 
Husbands. 

Edward, 14. 
Hussey. 

Thomas, 12. 

Hye. 

William, 53. 
Hyndes. 

Elizabeth, 21. 

Ingolde. 

John, 2. 

Ive. 

Simon, 53. 

Jackson. 

Christopher, 9. 

Jacob. 

Edmund, 66. 
John, 66. 

James I. 

King of England, 62, 79. 



Jannings. 

Tames, 67. 

Robert, 66. 
Jaskin. 

John, 64. 

Jaslin, Jocelin, Joceline, Jocelyn, Jocelyne, 
Josceline, Joscelyn, Joscelyne, Joselin, 
Joseling, Joselyn, Joselyne, Joshlyn, 
Joslin, Joshng, Joslinge, Joslyn, Joslynn, 
Josselin, Josselyn, Josslin, Jossling, 
Josslyn. 

Amy, 10. 

Ann, 8. 

Anna, 4, 6. 

Anne, 1, 2, 4, 7-15. 

Annis, 6. 

Anthony, 4, 15, 16. 
Arthur, 8, 12, 14, 15. 
Catherine, 16. 
Cecily, I. 
Christopher, 12. 
Daniell, 8. 
Deborah, 16. 
Dorothy, I, 4, 7. 
Dame Dorothy, 2, 3. 
Edmond, 8, 16. 
Edward, 2-4, 8, 10, 13. 
Elizabeth, 3-5, 7-10. I 2 > 
Ellin, 6. 

Frances, 5, 8, 15. 
Francis, 5, 8, 15, 16. 
Gabryell, I. 
Geffery, I, 4. 
George, 1, 13. 
Hon. George, 16. 
Giles, 8. 
Grace, 6, 7, 16. 
Hannah, 9. 

Henry, 2-5, 7, 12, 15, 16. 

Hezechiah, 10. 

Hugh, 13. 

Humfrey, 3. 

Jacob, 16. 

lames, 13, 14. 

jane, 1-5, 10, 11, 13, 15. 

Dame Jane, 13. 

Joane, 3, 6. 

John, 1-6, 8-13, IS. 16. 
loseph, 4. 

Margaret, 3, 5, 6, 13, 16. 

Maria, 5. 

Martha, 8, 11, 13, 14- 
Mary, 3, 4-9, 14. 15- 
Matthew, 6, 7. 
Mr., 3. 

Nathaniel, 4, 6, 9, 10. 
Peter, 6. 
Philip, I, 5, 12. 
Philhs, 3. 

Ralph, I, 3, 4, 6, 7. 15- 

Sir Raufe, 2. 

Rebecca, 6, 8. 

Richard, 2, 4-S, 10, II, 16. 

Robert, 11. 

Sir Robert, 9, ij- 

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Jaslin, &c, continued. 
Rose, 14. 
Samuel, 14. 
Sarah, 5-7, II, 13. 
Simon, 3-7, 13. 
Sorrell, 5. 

Sir Strange, Bt., 13. 
Strange, 13. 
Susanna, 5. 
Theoball, 8. 

Thomas, 1-3, 5, 6, 10, II, 13, 15. 
Sir Thomas, 2, 3, 4. 
Ursula, 8. 
William, 12, 13. 

Jeaffreson. 

Anne, 33. 

Elizabeth, 33. 

John, 33. 
Jeffery. 

John, 12. 
Jegon. 

Ro b , 14. 
Jenney. 

Edmund, 35. 

Elizabeth, 35. 

Marianne, 35, 36. 

William, 35, 36. 
Jennings. 

Sarah, 46. 

Upton, 46. 
Jermen, Jermyn. 

Sir Thomas, 62, 69, 70. 
Jervis, see White-Jervis. 
Jeve. 

John, 11. 
Johnson. 

Grace, 7- 

Robert, 7. 
Jones. 

Ame, 52. 

Benjamin, 52. 

Rev. Charles, 67. 

Rev. Charles William, 67, 72. 

Dina, 52. 

George, 52. 

Rev. Harry, 68. 

Joseph, 52. 

Samuell, 52. 

Sarah, 5 2 - 

Susanna, 52. 
Jordan, Jorden, Jurden. 

Abraham, 63, 64. 

Nathaniell, 62-64. 

Keame. 

William, 11. 
Kelton. 

Jane, 2, 3. 

Richard, 2. 
Kendricke. 

Anne, 6. 

John, 6. 



Kerby, Kirby. 

Joane, 40. 

John, 40. 

Paull, 40. 

Thomas, 40. 
Kerington. 

Roger, 65. 
Kerrich. 

Barbara, 35, 36. 

Rev. Samuel, D.D., 35, 36. 
King. 

Martha, 11. 

Susan, 11. 

Susanna, 11. 
Kingston. 

Helen, Countess of, 75. 
Kisser. 

Marthy, 17. 
Rnava. 

Will : 5. 
Knightsbridge. 

Anthony, 9. 

Lambe. 

Marye, 4. 

— , 4- 
Lance. 

Phillis, 5. 

William, 5. 
Lane. 

James, 55. 
Langham. 

Robert, 66. 
Lany. 

Ann, 64. 

Rev. Benjamin, 66. 
Lauerans, Lauerawns, Laurence, Lawrance, 
Lawrens. 

John, 57-61, 68-71. 
Lawrie, Lawry. 

James, 5. 

Johan, 5. 
Lay, Ley. 

Elizabeth, 15. 

Timothy, 15. 
Lea, Lee. 

Joane, 3. 

Lyddia, 3. 

Nathaniell, 12. 
Leach. 

Howard John, 27. 

John Dennington, 27. 

Sarah, 27. 

Sophia Bedwell, 27. 
Leicester. 

George, Earl of, 75. 
Leigh. 

Tho: 11. 
Le Janders. 

Sarah, 17, 18. 

Susan, 18. 



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Leppingwell. 
John, 10. 
— , 10. 

Lester, Lister, Lyster, Lystere. 

John, 57-61 ,' 68-72. 

Thomas, 59-61, 68-71. 
L'Estrange, Lestrange, Le Strange. 

Hamond, 63-66. 
Lettsom. 

John Coakley, M.D., 78. 
Lewington. 

Thomas, 15. 
Light. 

Mary, 5. 
Lilley. 

Samuel, 78. 

Sam 1 J°, 78. 
Lloyd. 

Elizabeth, 72. 

Ralph, 63. 
Locke. 

Frances, 5. 

Susanna, 5. 
Lockin. 

Ezechias, 3. 

Mrs., 3. 

Samuel, 3. 
Login. 

Edwaid William Spencer, 24. 

Sir John, 24. 

Sir John Spenser, 24. 

Lady, 24. 
Lone. 

John, 12. 
Lord. 

Nathaniell, 66. 

William, 66. 
Lovell. 

John, Lord, 74. 
Lovet, Lovett. 

Anne, 4. 

Edward, 7. 

— . 4, 7- 
Lucas. 

Richard, 3. 
Lucy. 

Sir Berkeley, Bt., 73. 
Luncher. 

Thomas, 6. 
Lusher. 

Samuel, 66. 
Lyenge, Lynge. 

John, 57, 60. 
Lyte. 

— . 5- 

Mabcr. 

Peter, 25. 
Magar. 

Widd", 65. 



MaidwelL 
Mar)', 6. 
Sarah, 6. 

Manister, Manistre, Manistree. 

Edmund, 66. 

John, 63. 

Ralph, 11. 

Robert, 66. 

William, 66. 
Mai ti ward. 

Thomas, 53. 

Malstere. 

Waltere, 72. 

Mansell. 

Charlotte Le Marchant, 78. 

Markwell. 
Mr., 6. 

Marriott. 

Rev. Charles Harwick, 34. 

Mar)- Ann Palmer, 34. 
Marsden. 

Dorothy, 45. 

Elizabeth, 45. 
Marshall. 

Mary, 19. 

Richard, 19. 
Martin. 

— » 7- 
Mas . all. 

Ralph, 61. 
Mason. 

Gretom, 17. 

Mathew, Mathewe, Matthew. 
Abra: 66. 
Alice, 7. 
G. W., 67. 
Jonathan, 7. 
Nathaniel, 66. 
Robert, 7. 
Thomas, 66. 

Maurice. 

John, 13. 
Margaret, 13. 

May. 

William, 65. 

Maydwell. 

Nathaniell] 7. 
Mayer. 

D., 12. 

Eliz: 12. 
Mayor. 

Edward, 64. 
Mayster. 

Thomas, 53. 
Mead. 

Elizabeth, 37. 

Richard, 37. 

Mensant. 

Thomas, 6. 



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Middleton. 
Mr., 74. 
Mrs., 74. 

Miller. 

Henry, 77. 

Millward. 
John, 5. 

Mockett. 

William, 39. 

Monyngs. 

Richard, 49. 

Morgan. 

Elizabeth, 72. 

Hosier Leslie Frederick, 72. 
James, 72. 
James Horatio, 72. 
Leslie Frederick, 72. 

Moullin. 

Anne, 77. 

Mount-Cashell. 

Helena, Countess of, 75. 

Murton. 

Annis, 5. 
Charity, 5. 
Henry, 5. 
John, 5. 

Muysson. 

J. T., 76. 

Mygar. 

Edward, 2. 

Neagoose. 
Mr., 3. 

Neame. 

Ann, 42, 44. 
Charlotte, 42. 
Elizabeth, 44. 
Francis, 44. 
James, 42, 44. 
John, 39, 44. 
Maria, 42. 
Martha, 39. 
Mary, 44. 
Sarah, 42. 
William, 44. 

Neel. 

John, 61, 72. 

Negus. 

John, 10. 

Nell, Nelle. 

John, 58, 59, 69. 

Newman. 

Sir Robert, 2. 

Noon. 

— , 72. 

North. 

Stephen, 9. 



Northampton. 

Anne, Countess of, 73- 

Charles, Earl of, 73. 

Frances, Countess of, 74- 

George, Earl of, 73, 74- 

James, Earl of, 73- 

Jane, Countess of, 74. 

Spencer, Earl of, 73, 74. 
Norton. 

Augustus Addington, 25. 

Catharine, 25. 

Eleanor Douglas, 25. 

Rev. William Addington, 

William Douglas, 25. 
Norwiche. 

Robert, 1. 
Note. 

Robert, 55, 56. 
Numan. 

Richard, 55. 
Nunne. 

John, 55, 56. 
Nussell. 

Ebenezer, 44. 

Sarah, 44. 
Nuttall. 

Charles, 3, 4. 

James, 3, 4. 

Marye, 4. 

Thomas, 4. 

Olivier. 

Mary, 77. 
Onslow. 

Thomas, Lord, 76. 
Osbourn. 

Thomas, 65. 
Outlaw. 

Henry, 68. 
Overton. 

Elizabeth, 8. 
Oxforth. 

John, 72. 
Oxley. 

Elizabeth, 14. 

Paine. 

John, 22. 

Mary, 22. 
Pake. 

Christopher, 3. 
Palfrey. 

Phillip, 63. 
Palmar. 

Edward, 7. 
Paltock. 

Edward, 79. 

Robert, 79. 
Parey. 

John, 6. 



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Paris. 

Thomas, 14. 

Parker. 

Edward, 68, 70-72. 
William, 62. 

Parsons. 

George Clubbe, 36. 

Partridge. 

Charles S., 5 1. 

Elisabeth, 49, 51. 

Robarte, 49-51. 

Thomas, 49, 51. 
Peck. 

Alfred, 68. 

Pecok. 

John, 53, 54, 58. 
Thomas, 68. 
Walter, 64. 

Pennoyer. 

William, 9. 

Perceval. 

Lady Anne, 73. 
Arthur Philip, 75. 
Caroline, 75. 
Catharine, 74. 

Catharine, Countess of Egmont, 73, 74 

Charles George, Lord Arden, 74, 75. 

Charles George, 73, 75. 

Charles Thomas, 75. 

Lady Charlotte, 73. 

Edward, 75. 

Hon. Edward, 75. 

Lady Elizabeth, 73. 

Lady Frances, 74, 75. 

George James, 75. 

Helena, 74. 

Henry, 74. 

John, 75. 

John, Earl of Egmont, 73-75. 
Lucy, Countess of Egmont, 75. 
Lady Margaret, 74, 75. 
Margaretta Elizabeth, Lady Arden, 74, 
75- 

Lady Mary, 73. 
Rev. Philip, 75. 
Spencer, 73- 
Hon. Spencer, 75. 
Hon. Mrs. Spencer, 74. 

Perkyn. 

John, 56. 
Margaret, 56. 

Perry. 

Thomas, 2. 

Petit, Pettit, Petyt, Petyte. 
Henry, 68, 71. 
Richard, 55. 
Rob', 62. 

Phelps. 

C, 14. 
Phillips. 

Mrs., 17. 



Picard. 

Sarah, 13. 

Thomas, 13. 
Pickeringe. 

John, 3. 
Pierce. 

John, 12. 
Piggett. 

Ralph, 12. 
Pipe. 

Charlotte Anna, 22. 
Frances, 22. 
Henry, 22. 
John, 22. 
John Wroots, 22. 

Playford. 

Henrie, 8. 
Richard, 8. 

Poley, Poleye, Polye. 

Richard, 56, 57. 

Robert, 59, 68. 
Ponder. 

Mary, 17. 
Porter. 

Elizabeth, 10. 

John, 10. 

Lawrence, 10. 

Mrs., 10. 

Nathaniel, 10. 
Port way. 

Alice, 10. 

John, 10. 
Postlethwayt. 

Barbara, 35. 

Elizabeth, 35, 36. 

Rev. John, 35. 
Powell. 

Charlotte, 38. 

John Powell, 38. 
Poyle. 

Richard, 57. 

Robert, 68. 
Price. 

Frederic, 78. 

Mary, 78. 

Prior, Pryor, Pryour. 

John, 53, 54, 70, 72. 

William, 62, 71, 72. 
Pytches. 

Elizabeth, 26. 

John, 26. 

Mary, 26. 

Quccnavalt. 

Elizabeth, 16. 

Robert, 16. 
Quek. 

John, 41. 
Quiller. 

I lenry George, 23. 



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Quintin. 

Anna, 28. 
Jonathan, 28. 

Rainbird. 

John, 65. 
Ram. 

Mary, 10. 
Ramsdale. 

Susan, 10. 
Ravens. 

Nicholas, 10. 

Ray. 

Rev. William Carpenter, 66. 
Reeves. 

Ann, 64. 
Rery. 

Rev. Robert, 56. 
Reynberd. 

Robert, 57. 

Thomas, 57, 59. 
Reynghold. 

Richard, 57. 
Rice. 

Hugh, 13. 
Rickard. 

Thomas, 8. 
Roberts. 

Arthur Annesley Powell, 38. 

Elizabeth, 37, 38. 

William, 37, 38. 
Robinson. 

Anne, II. 

Elizabeth, II. 

John, 11. 

Mary, II. 

Roskana, II. 

William, II. 
Rochell. 

William, 4. 
Rocheman. 

John, 56. 
Roderham. 

— , 19- 
Rodney. 

Admiral George Bridges, 74. 
Rodwell. 

Joshua, 29. 

Mary Jane, 29. 

Sarah Bredell, 29. 
Roger, Rogers. 

John, 17, 18. 

Mr., 3. 

Robert, 13. 

Roo. 

John, 72. 
Roos. 

John, 58. 
Roschebrok, Roshebrok, Rosshebrok. 

George, 56. 

John, 55, 57, 58. 



Rose. 

Edward, 55. 
Thomas, 53-56. 
William, 55, 56. 

Rossetti. 

Gabriel Cha s Dante, 47. 

Rous. 

Benjamin, II. 
John, 53. 

Rushout. 

Lady Anne, 73. 

Sir John, Bt., 73, 74. 

Rust. 

Giles, 65. 

Rycheman. 
John, 57. 



St. Edmunds. 

Richard, Abbot of, 53. 

Salisbury. 

James, Earl of, 74. 

Sams. 

Edward, 3. 
Elizabeth, 3. 
Henry, 3. 

Sandby. 

Rev. George, 35. 

Sargant, Sargaunt, Sergant, Sergeant, 
Sergeaunt, Sergiant, Sergyant, Serjant, 
Serjaunt, Serjawnt, Srgiant, Srygant, 
Syrgyant. 

John, 58-61, 68-72. 

Nicholas, 55. 

Peter, 62. 

Robert, 55, 56, 58-61, 68-72. 
William, 54, 58. 

Saunder. 

Edmund, 5. 

Sawer. 

Jane, 21. 
John, 21. 

Sayer. 

Daniel, 35, 36. 

Scott, Skott. 

Alfred Joice, 48. 
Elizabeth, 48. 
John, 57, 59. 
Lady Mary, 73. 
Robert, 56. 
William, 48. 

Sculford. 

John, 62. 

Sculthorpe. 
John, 63. 

Seamor. 
- 8. 

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Seers. 

Mr., 10. 

Segar. 

William, 79. 

Sego. 

Widd", 63. 

Seman. 

Edward, 55. 
Seymour. 

John, 53. 
Sharp, Sharpe. 

Henry, 63, 64, 66. 
Shee. 

George Darell, 23. 
Shelford. 

— . 19- 
Sherman. 

Bezaleel, 14. 
Shott. 

John, 9. 
Shukford. 

John, 55. 
Sidders. 

John, 45. 

Martha, 45. 

Mary, 45. 
Siday. 

Mary, 7. 

Walgrave, 7. 

William, 7. 

— > 7- 
Sigo, Sygo. 

Robert, 58, 60, 61, 68-7: 

Simons. 

Jone, 40. 
Richard, 40. 

Singh. 

Duleep, Maharajah, 24. 

Sizer. 

Mrs., 18. 
Roger, 15. 

Sligo. 

Christopher, 59. 

Smalley. 

Francis, 5- 

Jane, 5. 

Richard, 5. 
Smith, Smyth. 

Anne, 37- 

Cha: 4. 

Edmund, 60, 61, 6S-72. 
Edward, 58, 59. 
Francis, 44. 
James, 8. 

John, 7, 58-61, 68-72. 
Roger, 37. 

Thomas, 7, 3 6 > SS» 5°- 
William, 4, 53- 

Snowe. 

Elyanor, 2. 
William, 2. 



Solme. 

George, 6. 
Soper, Sopor. 

Thomas, 57, 61, 69-72. 
Sowter. 

Robert, 57, 61. 
Sparke. 

Joseph, 63. 
Spencer. 

A. M. E., 34. 
Spensley. 

John, 63. 

Mr., 64. 

Spring, Springe, Spryng, Sprynge. 
Tohn, 69. 

"Thomas, 57, 60, 70. 

Sir Thomas, 64. 

Sir William, Bt., 62, 63. 
Spry. 

Elizabeth, 48. 
Spurway. 

William, 5. 
Spynneys. 

Thomas, S3- 
Spytty. 

John, 2. 

Stace, Stacy. 
Anne, 14. 
Daniel, 7. 
Thomas, 7. 

Stanton. 

Elizabeth, 14. 

Stedman. 
Gill, 66. 
(ohn Foster, 66. 
Robert, 67. 

Stedwell. 

Lawrance, 12. 

Steere. 

William, 16. 

Stegell. 

Henry, 62. 
Stephens. 

Edward, 5. 
Steward. 

John, 35. 

Stewart. 

Katharine Mary Josephine, 30. 

Stillingflcet. 

Rev. Stair Fax, 35. 

Stobs. 

John, 53. 
Stokes, Stokys. 

Robert, 56, 58, 60, 61. 

Stonar. 

Thomas, 2. 
Stracy, Stracye. 

Captain, 7. 

Samuell, 8. 



Strange, Straunge. 

Henry, 53. 

John, 13. 

Roger, 69. 

Thomas, 71. 

William, 13. 
Strivens. 

Mary, 44. 

Nicholas, 44. 

Sarah, 44. 
Strutt. 

Elizabeth, 17. 
Stubbs. 

Rev. Thomas, 35, 36. 
Stubing. 

Dorothy, 7. 
Stubbins. 

Richard, 4. 
Sumner. 

Elizabeth, 3. 
Surry. 

Sarah, 17. 
Susshe. 

Henry, 2. 
Sydey. 

Wallgrave, 4. 

William, 4. 

— » 4- 
Syer. 

Thomas, 59, 72. 

William, 65. 

Tabor. 

Mr., 10. 
Taddy. 

Edward, 46. 

Mary, 46. 
Taynetor. 

William, 3. 
Tayspill. 

Anne, 14. 

Benjamin, 14. 

Martha, 14. 

Thomas, 14. 
Telott. 

Robert, 72. 
Thompson. 

Thomas, 
Thornhill. 

Thomas, M.P., 68. 

Thorneaton, Thorneton, Thornton. 
Edmond, 3. 
James, 45. 
Jone, 3. 

Tighe-Gregory. 
Rev. A., 34. 

Katharine Mary Josephine, 30. 
Margaret, 34. 

Till. 

Elizabeth, 7. 



Todd. 

Ann, 7. 
Ratcliffe, 7. 

Tomlin. 

Cornelius, 45. 
Elizabeth, 45. 
Harriet, 47. 
James, 43. 
Jane, 43. 
John, 43. 
Robert, 47. 
Susannah, 43. 
William, 43. 

Tomson. 

Widd w , 64. 

Tomys. 

Edward, 59. 

Towler. 

John, 62-64. 
William, 62-64, 66. 
Xtopher, 62. 

Townshend. 

George, Lord, 73, 74. 

Trevelyan. 

Sir John, Bt., 75- 
Trigge. 

Roger, 2. 

Tubb. 

John, 5. 

Tupper. 

Mary, 77. 

Turner. 

John, 11. 
Mary, II. 

Twisden. 

Dame Catherine, 16. 

Tyrell. 

Sir John, I. 

Tysoo. 

Rev. George, 55, 56. 

Underdown. 
Ann, 41. 
Tho s , 41. 

Van Kamp. 

John, 35, 36. 

Susanna Maria, 35. 

Tabitha, 35. 
Vardon. 

-Isabel, 77. 

Martha, 78. 
Veer. 

Sir John, 2. 
Vertue. 

Samuel, 30. 
Vintcent. 

Widd w , 63. 



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Wade. 

Gregory, 15. 
John, 55. 
Walter, 33. 

Wakefield. 

Robert, 66. 
Wale. 

Gre: 15. 
Walford. 

Mary, 14. 
Wallis. 

Mr., 4. 

Richard, 4. 
Walpole. 

Horatio, 76. 

Thomas, 75. 
Walrond. 

Caroline, 75. 

Jo s Lyons, 75. 

Walsham. 

John, 53. 
Waman. 

Thomas, 7- 
Ward. 

Izabell, 7. 

Wasket. 

Robert, 2. 
Webb. 

John, 62. 
Welly. 

Vincent, 5. 

Wentworth. 

Anne, I. 

Dame Jane, 2. 

John, I. 

Sir John, 2. 

Sir Roger, 1. 
West. 

John, II. 

William, 71, 72. 

Westley. 

Thomas, 6. 

Whealbely. 

Roberd, 72. 

Wheeley. 

Hannah, 17, 18. 
Sarah, 18. 

Whichcote. 

Christopher, 13. 

White- Jervis. 

Ethel Rose Jervis, 23. 
Colonel Henry Jervis, 23, 

Whiteley. 

Henrietta, 46. 



Whymper. 

Elizabeth, 27. 

Tho : 27. 

Thurston, 27. 
Wilkin. 

John, 49-51. 
William III. 

King of England, 63. 
Wills. 

Sam : 12. 
Willson, Wilson. 

Lady. 74, 75- 

Margaretta Elizabeth, 74, 75. 
Mary, 45. 
Richard, 45. 
Sarah, 45. 

Sir Thomas Spencer, Bt., 74, 75. 
Wilton, Wylton. 

Ralph, 57, 58, 61. 

Thomas, 59-61. 
Wiseman. 

John, 1. 
Witham. 

William, 5. 
Wogan. 

John, 35, 36. 
Woode. 

Thomas, 4. 
Woodgate. 

Sarah, 22. 

William, 22. 
Woollard. 

Eleanor, 20. 
Woolnough. 

Ann, 26. 

Anna, 28. 

Deborah, 28. 

Frances, 28. 

John, 26, 28, 29. 

Louisa, 29. 

Quintin, 28. 

Robart, 28. 
Wool ward. 

Elizabeth, 9. 

Hannah, 9. 

William, 9. 
Wright. 

John, 66. 
Wygth. 

Andrew, 72. 
Wymbill, Wymboyl, Wymbyll. 

Baitholomew, 55. 

Isabella, 59. 

John, 55. 

Richard, 54, 58. 
Wynne. 

Lady Catherine, 74. 



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